The Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) on Wednesday reported no new cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) infection, keeping the total number in Taiwan at 443.
The tally of pneumonia-related reports as of press time was 73,751 (including 72,824 already dismissed), with 443 confirmed infections.
Among the confirmed cases, 352 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 431 of the COVID-19 patients have already been released from quarantine, Chen said.
The remaining patients are still being monitored.
To celebrate no new local infection cases for 59 days straight, the CECC showed a display of duck eggs gifted by the Council of Agriculture (農委會), to represent “0” cases.
According to the latest tally, there are 7,208,264 confirmed COVID-19 cases in 187 countries and regions worldwide, including 2,007,672 in the U.S., 707,412 in Brazil, 485,253 in Russia, 289, 140 in the U.K and 266,598 in India, with a total of 409,756 deaths as of Wednesday.