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Covid: Japan Suspends 1.6 Million Moderna Vaccine Doses
The move came "out of an abundance of caution" after reported contamination in some of Moderna's coronavirus vaccine vials in Japan, the company said.
Coronavirus Digest: Israel Finds Vaccine Booster Lowers Infection Risk
People over 60 saw significantly improved protection from infection and serious illness compared with those who received two shots, Health Ministry data found.
Taiwan’s Covid-19 Vaccination Tracker
See how vaccinations are going in your city or county in Taiwan
‘The Pandemic is Ebbing:’ Taiwan’s Health Minister
Taiwan's recent outbreak of Covid-19 is slowly coming under control, with the reproduction number for the virus steadily declining, health officials say.
Why Taiwan Should Pay People To Stay Home
To ensure everyone in Taiwan is financially protected from the economic harm of Covid-19 and the semi-lockdown, we advocate for an unconditional payment of NT$15,000 for adults and NT$5,000 for dependents.
16 Domestic Cases Reported; Taipei, New Taipei, Yilan Affected
10 domestically-acquired Covid-19 infections appeared in New Taipei City, with others in Taipei’s Wanhua District and in Yilan County. Though Chen said a move to tighter restrictions on gatherings is possible this week, no new lockdown-like rules were released today.
Covid in India: The Deep-Rooted Issues Behind the Current Crisis
Jingoism, overconfidence, and false reassurance from the political elite negated hard-won progress against Covid in India.
Covid-19 Infections Linked to Airport Hotel
Since Thursday, a total of 16 domestic cases have been reported to have links with a quarantine hotel at Taoyuan International Airport.
Three Locally Acquired Covid-19 Cases, International School Closes for Week
Three domestically acquired cases of Covid-19 have led to a school closure in New Taipei City and the partial closure of a school in Taoyuan.
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.