By NewsDesk @infectiousdiseasenews
The Taiwan CDC reported today there were no new COVID-19 cases in the country since April 25.
The case and death toll remains unchanged at 429 total cases and six deaths. The total cases include 343 cases of overseas migration, 55 cases of local cases and 31 cases of Dunmu fleet.
The Central Epidemic Epidemic Command Center reminds the public to practice hand hygiene and cough etiquette. When entering the country from abroad, if you have fever, cough and other uncomfortable symptoms, you should take the initiative to notify the airport and port quarantine personnel and cooperate with the epidemic prevention measures; after returning to the country, you should implement a 14-day home quarantine.
The city care center, and follow the instructions to seek medical treatment, do not take public transportation; when visiting the doctor, be sure to inform the doctor about travel history, occupation, contact history and whether it is clustered (TOCC) for timely diagnosis and notification.
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