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Will Taiwan go into a lock down?

2021/05/20 13:30

Taiwan has seen a spike in COVID-19 cases in May. More than 1,200 new cases were reported since the week of May 10, doubling the total number of confirmed cases here to more than 2,500 in just a little over a week. That has prompted the government to take tough action, including raising the alert level to 3 for all of Taiwan, meaning strict social restrictions are imposed. Schools and public venues have also been closed. The question now is: Will the alert level be raised to 4 – meaning a lock down will be implemented?

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