Taiwan reports two new domestically transmitted COVID-19 cases

TAIPEI (Reuters) – Taiwan on Tuesday reported its first locally transmitted cases of COVID-19 since Dec. 22 – a doctor in a hospital who was treating an infected patient, and a nurse who is the doctor’s girlfriend.

Until last month’s domestic transmission the island had not reported any local cases since April 12, with the vast majority of infections in people coming to Taiwan from overseas.…

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