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    COVID-19 vaccines 結果共11筆

  • Taiwan considers easing mask mandates in hospitals

    Explore the potential easing of mask mandates in hospitals by Health and Welfare Minister Hsueh Jui-yuan in Taiwan, as COVID-19 restrictions adjust. Deliberations include balancing public health with convenience, amidst discussions on enterovirus vaccines and regulatory updates in a Legislative Yuan meeting.
    2024/05/08 13:13
  • Taiwan and Japan discuss stronger ties for regional peace

    Explore the recent meeting between Taiwanese Vice President Lai Ching-te and Japan’s LDP delegation led by Takako Suzuki, focusing on strengthening economic ties and regional peace.
    2024/04/30 14:03
  • Taiwan’s flu vaccine stocks to run out end of March

    Stay informed about the latest updates on flu and COVID-19 vaccination in Taiwan. With flu vaccine supplies running low, the Taiwan CDC urges residents to get vaccinated. Learn more about vaccination locations and second doses for high-risk individuals.
    2024/03/15 18:21
  • Premier Chen defends Medigen vaccine confidentiality deal

    Premier Chen Chien-jen discusses the pricing process and confidentiality agreements surrounding Medigen vaccines, stating that negotiations with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) are ongoing. As a publicly listed company, any decisions about publicizing the government contract require shareholders’ approval. Chen emphasizes the government’s belief in vaccination as the best measure against the pandemic. Medigen had positive results from phase one trials and clinical experiments, leading to phase two development. The World Health Organization (WHO) conducted unity trials with four other countries after being unable to proceed with phase three trials due to Taiwan’s low COVID-19 case statistics. Chen disputes rumors about a 30-year embargo on clinical results, calling it fake news and clarifying that all official documents have a preservation period. He also refutes accusations that over a thousand Medigen shareholders are members of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), calling them "imaginary numerical figures." Chen hopes to disclose the information as soon as possible to maintain public trust, but it can only happen after negotiations and respecting existing confidentiality agreements.
    2024/01/03 17:07
  • CDC new receives batch of Novavax XBB vaccines

    Taiwan has received 462,800 doses of Novavax’s XBB vaccine, with distribution starting on January 9, 2023, according to the Taiwan Centers for Diseases Control (CDC). In May of this year, Taiwan categorized Covid-19 as a class 4 endemic disease, similar to seasonal flu. The decision was based on clinical trial reports and immunization recommendations from the U.S., the European Union (EU), and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) of the Ministry of Health and Welfare (MOHW). Unvaccinated individuals are advised to receive two doses of 0.5mL each, administered at least four weeks apart. Those who have already received a COVID-19 vaccine should receive a single dose of 0.5mL, provided at least three months have passed since their last dose. The domestically available XBB vaccine includes those produced by Moderna and Novavax, and recipients can choose either brand for vaccination.
    2023/12/30 21:19
  • Jaw Shaw-kon slams DPP for vaccine bias during pandemic peak

    KMT Vice Presidential candidate Jaw Shaw-kong criticizes the DPP government for prioritizing COVID-19 vaccines for certain cities during the peak of the pandemic three years ago. He accuses the DPP of favoritism and urges New Taipei residents to remember the government’s actions and support the incumbent mayor, regardless of party affiliation. Jaw’s remarks aim to hold the DPP accountable in the upcoming elections and solidify the KMT’s base in Taiwan’s political landscape.
    2023/12/18 19:57
  • CDC urges vaccinations amid death spike, new wave fears

    Taiwan’s CDC is urging high-risk groups, including seniors aged 65 and older and those with chronic illnesses, to get vaccinated promptly in anticipation of a potential new wave of COVID-19 infections by mid to late January. The urgency for vaccinations is emphasized due to the high international positivity rate for COVID-19 and fluctuating domestic cases. While there has been a slight decline in complications from new domestic cases, there has been a concerning increase in deaths, marking the highest in nearly five weeks. The CDC highlights the effectiveness of the XBB.1.5-adapted COVID-19 vaccine, which can reduce the risk of severe illness and death by 50 percent and 61 percent, respectively. Approximately 649,000 doses of the XBB vaccine have been administered nationally, with 43,400 doses given in the last week alone. The CDC also clarifies that mRNA vaccines are safe and effective, designed to enhance mRNA technology without negatively affecting biosystems.
    2023/12/12 20:29
  • Taichung mayor emphasizes transparency in flu vaccine info

    Taichung Mayor Lu Shiow-yen emphasized transparency in flu vaccine information during the Municipal Administrative Meeting. The central government has purchased publicly-funded flu vaccines from four companies: Sanofi, Adimmune, TTY Biopharm, and Medigen. These vaccines will be available across all cities and counties.
    2023/10/03 16:50
  • Taiwan prioritizes elderly for Moderna XBB.1.5 vaccines

    Taiwan prioritizes 65+ for Moderna vaccine, offers test kits and vouchers. Hospitals see a 30% increase in patients. Doctors urge prompt antiviral medication for flu. Elderly advised to get COVID and flu vaccines, with pneumococcal vaccine later.
    2023/09/26 18:55
  • Severe flu cases spike in Taiwan as virus variants arise

    Taiwan is seeing a rise in severe flu cases this year as the pandemic subsides and mask mandates are eased.  
    2022/12/12 17:01
  • Next-gen vaccines to be available to the public in 2 phases

    The Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 variants have continued to spread in Taiwan. In a recent meeting organized by the Ministry of Health and Welfare, health experts decided that the next-generation vaccines will be open for vaccination in two phases.
    2022/09/23 14:15
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