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  • Fu Kun-chi vows to end NCC’s ’oppression’ of media

    KMT Legislator Fu Kun-chi pledges to protect the media from the NCC’s "oppression" and promises that if chosen as KMT caucus coordinator, NCC members must have opposition party consent before taking up their posts. Fu vows to allow the media to report freely and objectively without restrictions. He expresses readiness to confront the DPP caucus coordinator and intends to expose the DPP’s wrongdoings, including issues related to vaccines, face masks, and submarines. Fu emphasizes the need for opposition party solidarity against the ruling party and indicates open communication channels with Ko Wen-je.
    2024/01/25 13:46
  • MOEA refutes Ko’s corruption allegations amid pandemic

    The Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) demanded an apology from Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) chairman Ko Wen-je for his corruption allegations against the government in producing face masks. The MOEA refuted Ko’s claims, stating the lack of evidence and emphasizing the need for public servants to ensure mask supply during the pandemic. Ko made the accusations during a campaign event, implicating the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in corruption cases involving masks, the Medigen COVID-19 vaccine, and egg imports. The MOEA referred to a previous incident where former Minister of the Interior Lee Hong-yuan apologized for baseless accusations and urged Ko to do the same.
    2023/11/22 20:35
  • Flu case surge prompts vaccination plea from physicians

    Physicians are urging the public to get vaccinated against the flu as cold and flu cases surge in Taiwan amid cooling weather. Even healthcare providers are being impacted by the rapid spread of a virulent seasonal virus. ENT Dr. Chang Yi-Hao fell ill with gastroenteritis in late October, experiencing two days of fever. The virus has been particularly aggressive over the past few months. Chang emphasized the importance of vaccination, especially for the elderly, individuals with chronic diseases, and young children with weaker immune systems. Wearing face masks has become routine due to COVID-19, but with the easing of restrictions, there has been a rise in flu and respiratory virus infections. Physicians stress the need for vaccination, particularly for those with lower resistance to disease.
    2023/11/16 21:02
  • Taiwan’s residents reluctant to toss face masks

    Taiwan eased its indoor face mask mandate on Monday (Feb. 20) after more than 2 years of asking citizens to “mask-up.”
    2023/02/21 17:29
  • Taiwanese bank releases face masks with scents of new cash

    A Taiwanese bank has released face masks with scents of new cash, allowing you to immerse fully in money.
    2023/01/16 22:32
  • Taiwan people hesitant to take off face masks

    Taiwan partially lifted its mask mandates on Thursday (Dec. 1), allowing the public to go mask-free while outdoors or in open areas. 
    2022/12/05 14:09
  • Face masks no longer needed outdoors in Taiwan

    Starting today, masks are no longer needed in outdoor spaces. Taiwan students will no longer have to wear masks on playgrounds, or open hallways too.
    2022/12/01 19:06
  • Taiwan lifts outdoor mask mandate

    Taiwan has eased its outdoor mask mandate, allowing the public to take off their masks outdoors or in open spaces starting on Thursday (Dec. 1).
    2022/12/01 18:49
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