Date: Mar 06, 2020
By Dennis Xie and Jake Chung / Staff writers, with CNA
NEW INFECTIONS: The CECC said that a woman who had been in contact with an earlier case and a man who traveled overseas were Taiwan’s 43rd and 44th cases
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) yesterday published guidelines for hosting large events amid the rise in COVID-19 cases worldwide, while the number of confirmed cases in Taiwan rose to 44.
The agency said that there have been warning signs of community infections in Taiwan; cluster cases involving families and hospitals; and local infections now outnumber imported cases, with the sources of infection in several cases remaining unknown. [FULL ST-ORY]