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  • Guatemala supports Taiwan’s bid for WHO observer status

    Taiwan’s ambassador to Guatemala, Miguel Tsao, advocates for Taiwan’s inclusion in the World Health Assembly, highlighting the nation’s effective response to public health emergencies like COVID-19. Despite contributions to global health, political barriers prevent Taiwan’s WHO participation. Tsao urges international support for Taiwan’s observer status, emphasizing the benefits of Taiwan’s expertise in combating pandemics.
    2024/05/08 16:54
  • Expert warns of hMPV outbreak amid rising fever cases

    Dr. Li Shang-chien from Landseed International Hospital alerts of a potential human metapneumovirus outbreak, highlighting its global prevalence and transmission methods. He details the virus’s symptoms, which vary by age, and stresses the importance of hygiene to prevent infection.
    2024/04/18 18:01
  • Tainan farm hit by H5N1 outbreak, over 10K chickens culled

    An outbreak of highly pathogenic H5N1 Avian Influenza in a farm in Tainan’s Jiali District led to the termination of over 10,000 chickens. The Animal Health Inspection and Protection Office in Tainan City swiftly responded to contain the spread, culminating in incineration, rendering, and thorough disinfection measures. Efforts are ongoing to monitor connected poultry farms and enhance preventive hygiene practices to prevent further transmission.
    2024/02/21 17:48
  • Taiwan faces a surge in viruses amid cold front

    Taiwan grapples with a surge in virus transmission amidst a cold front. Learn about the impact and the crucial role of vaccination and health measures in curbing the spread.
    2024/01/25 18:14
  • Dengue spreads like needle-shared diseases: study

    A pivotal study reveals that dengue fever can rapidly spread through a transmission method similar to needle-sharing in infectious diseases like HBV, HCB, and HIV. The study, conducted by Taiwan’s National Health Research Institutes in collaboration with the Department of Health and Kaohsiung City Government, analyzed the timing of infections during the 2015 outbreak. They found that in 85% of household cases, symptoms occurred within three days of each other, contradicting the previously believed incubation period for virus transmission. Using animal models, researchers confirmed that when mosquitoes bite an infected animal and then promptly bite another, the virus can transfer via the mosquito’s proboscis, bypassing the once-considered essential eight-day extrinsic incubation period. This finding explains the rapid spread of the 2015 dengue epidemic in Taiwan and raises concerns for the recent spike in cases. The study, published in the esteemed journal eBiomedicine, a Lancet subsidiary, in August 2023, also involved international researchers from the University of California, Nagoya University, Tsinghua University, and National Taiwan University.
    2023/12/18 15:25
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