First Taiwanese-Developed Vaccine May Be Available as Early as July
Taiwanese biopharma company MVC said Tuesday that it is looking to offer one to two million Covid-19 vaccine doses as early as July after receiving the Taiwanese Food and Drug Administration’s emergency use authorization.
Taiwan Has Raised Health Insurance Premiums. What Reforms Are Next?
Patrick Ng speaks on how the country’s healthcare system will be and should be reformed after the pandemic.
Taiwan To Start Inoculations With AstraZeneca’s Vaccine as Early as Next Week
Chen said medical workers are the first group to be vaccinated, and around 60,000 are in line to receive the jab.
With Vaccines in Hand, What’s Next for Taiwan’s Covid-19 Response?
Patrick Ng speaks on what may be the final stages of Taiwan’s pandemic response — and how the healthcare system will be irrevocably changed.
Taiwan’s Health Minister Lowers Expectations on Vaccine Passports
Taiwan’s health minister suggests that the government is not easing restrictions by rolling out vaccine passports any time soon.
Global Vaccination Is Still a Jab in the Dark
Asian countries have largely done a good job containing Covid-19, but the slow rollout of vaccination programs threatens to undermine their successes.
Taiwan Mishandled a Hospital Outbreak During SARS. The Government Learned From It
Taiwan's government, having learned a painful lesson from the Hoping Hospital lockdown, is dealing with the cluster infection at the Taoyuan hospital cautiously in order to prevent the history from repeating itself.