【看CP學英文】中央流行疫情指揮中心表示，國內今（ 26 ）日無新增病例，昨日新增 223 例新型冠狀病毒肺炎相關通報，截至目前累計通報 71,101 例(含70,126例排除)，其中 441 例確診，分別為 350 例境外移入， 55 例本土病例及 36 例敦睦艦隊。確診個案中 7 人死亡， 416 人解除隔離，其餘持續住院隔離中。
The Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) on Tuesday reported no new cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) infection, keeping the total number in Taiwan at 441.
Another 223 pneumonia-related reports were released yesterday, and the tally as of press time was 71,101 (including 70,126 already dismissed), with 441 confirmed infections.
Among the confirmed cases, 350 are imported, 55 are categorized as local infections, and 36 belong to the navy cluster infection.
Taiwan has reported 7 deaths so far, and a total of 416 of the COVID-19 patients have already been released from quarantine, Chen said.
The remaining patients are still being monitored.
As the threat of COVID-19 spread decreases, the CECC announced that the government hopes to lessen virus-prevention measures after June 7.
Taiwan has had no local infection cases for 44 days straight. The CECC anticipates that if the lucky streak can continue for 56 days straight (the completion of four COVID-19 incubation periods), some virus-prevention measures could be lessened, such as allowing activities that include large gatherings.
Health Minister Chen Shih-chung thanked the public for closely following all the regulations issued by the CECC, and said he hopes everyone can continue to adhere to health-protection measures, including washing their hands, wearing face masks and remaining at home should one get sick.
According to the latest tally, there are 5,524,652 confirmed COVID-19 cases in 187 countries and regions worldwide, including 1,689,852 in the U.S., 363,211 in Brazil, 353, 427 in Russia, 261, 184 in the U.K and 235,400 in Spain, with a total of 345, 359 deaths as of Tuesday.