The Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) today reported 40 new cases of Covid-19, all but one of which were domestic infections, marking the 13th consecutive day that the number of new cases has been below 100.
The Central Epidemic Command Center says it hopes to expand its coronavirus vaccination programme after 1.75-million more AstraZeneca vaccine doses arrive in two shipments this week.
Is public compliance with Covid restrictions weakening? Mobility data show people are staying at home less
By Mike Jewell
The Taoyuan International Airport Corporation says it will be expanding the number of coronavirus testing facilities this week as part of efforts to ensure that no cases of the coronavirus Delta variant enter Taiwan undetected.
The Water Resources Agency says the Second Baoshan Reservoir has reached full capacity for the first time since 22 June of last year. The reservoir supplies water to the Hsinchu Science Park.
Car sales in Taiwan for June 2021 plunged to a 12 year-low due to the pandemic but are higher than last year for the first six months of 2021.
The Central Epidemic Command Center will be testing all arriving travellers for the coronavirus from today and they will also be required to test negative two more times before the end of their 14-day quarantine period.
Taiwan's official seasonally adjusted Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) remained in expansionary territory at 64 in June for the eighth consecutive month, although the rate of expansion has slowed for two consecutive months.