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  • Taiwan sees rise in COVID-19 cases, seniors hit hardest

    Discover the latest on Taiwan’s COVID-19 surge: cases rise to 817, with seniors above 65 making up 90% of deaths. The CDC highlights the dominance of the JN.1 strain and urges vaccination with the XBB vaccine to combat the trend. Read more on the current situation and health advice.
    2024/06/25 17:30
  • Taiwan sees drop in heat-related hospitalizations this year

    Discover how Taiwan has seen a decrease in heat-related injuries this year, with insights from health experts on symptoms, high-risk groups, and prevention tips.
    2024/06/25 07:59
  • Heat injury cases double in Taiwan amid soaring temperatures

    As Taiwan faces soaring temperatures, the Health Promotion Administration warns of a significant rise in heat-related illnesses, urging preventive measures to protect public health.
    2024/06/12 17:42
  • Taiwan faces new COVID-19 wave, elderly hardest hit

    Discover the latest on Taiwan’s COVID-19 situation: a new wave with rising local cases, the JN.1 variant’s prevalence, and the CDC’s vaccination push for high-risk groups.
    2024/06/11 16:03
  • 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
  • Nationwide flu shot eligibility opens in Taiwan for all ages

    Stay informed about Taiwan’s government-funded influenza vaccination program starting on March 5. All citizens aged six months and older are now eligible for flu shots to curb the spread of the flu post-lantern festivals. High-risk groups like seniors, preschool children, and medical staff are encouraged to get vaccinated promptly. Supplies are limited, with about 70,000 doses left as of Feb. 27. Vaccine effectiveness varies by age and health condition, ranging from 30 to 80 percent.
    2024/03/05 11:02
  • 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
  • Taiwan reports highest weekly COVID-19 deaths in a month

    Taiwan is experiencing a surge in COVID-19 complications and deaths, with the CDC reporting the highest weekly count in a month. Authorities are encouraging vaccinations, especially for high-risk groups, as the country braces for a peak in infections.
    2023/12/06 17:42
  • Newborns to be enrolled in nationwide healthcare project

    The Ministry of Health and Welfare in Taiwan has announced the enrollment of all newborn babies in the nationwide "Project of Holistic Physicians for Young Children." Parents with children under the age of three are also encouraged to participate in the project at no additional cost. The project has seen positive results since its launch, treating cases of prolonged jaundice and tracking patients for fluoride treatment and developmental delays. Enrollment numbers show that 37.6% of the nation’s population has participated, with an increase in participation from vulnerable families and groups. The project aims to identify developmental delays and provide integrated systems for health and social care services, particularly for children in high-risk families. The Ministry is working to increase accessibility by engaging hospitals at all levels and allowing parents to choose their preferred medical institutions registered for the project.
    2023/10/25 17:33
  • Survey: COVID-19 symptoms may last even after recovery

    The pandemic is gradually stabilizing in Taiwan. According to doctors, however, many COVID patients have lasting symptoms, such as frequent insomnia and an abnormal sense of smell and taste. Doctors are urging high-risk groups, such as elders over 65, to get vaccinated.
    2022/12/27 10:36
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