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With no local coronavirus cases, government plans lifting of COVID-19 restrictions.

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Location臺灣
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Date : 2020/6/1
Updated : 2020/6/1 下午 01:39:00

After having successfully contained the spread of the COVID-19 within the nation, government plans lifting of COVID-19 restrictions after June 7, Central Epidemic Command Center said Tuesday (May 26).

Premier Su Tseng-chang called a meeting of government officials Tuesday to discuss how Taiwan is to lift coronavirus restrictions after having successfully contained the spread of the disease. In principle, the government will maintain strict control measures at the borders while easing restrictions within the nation.
If Taiwan continues to record no local Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) until June 7, the government will consider the early relaxation of virus-related restrictions, Premier Su Tseng-chang (蘇貞昌) said Tuesday (May 26).
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CECC said that there is no new cases of local infections within 44 days, which are more than three full 14-day incubation cycles, as Taiwan’s communities are relatively safe. If Taiwan continues to record no new cases of local infections through June 7, it will have completed four full 14-day incubation cycles. Government will plan lifting of COVID-19 restrictions and people can return to normalcy. As long as the public can cooperate with the new rules of providing contact information when going out and can observe personal preventive precautions, including washing hands frequently, wearing masks where social distancing can’t be followed, restrictions on the number of people allowed in a place when they go out or attend social activities will be lifted.

CECC thanked the people for cooperating with the government in implementing various epidemic prevention measures in the past, and hoped that people would continue to be maintained in the future.

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