Taiwan’s Central Epidemic Command Center announced today that there were nine cases of COVID-19 detected among arrivals to the country, all of whom were fully vaccinated.
There were no domestic cases reported for the 10th day in a row, and no deaths reported among past or present cases.
The nine imported cases were detected among arrivals between October 30 and November 13 from the United States, Indonesia, Germany, and Saint Kitts and Nevis. The cases consisted of five males and four females aged from their teens to 40s. All had submitted a negative test certificate taken within three days of boarding.
CDC Deputy Director-General Philip Lo (羅一鈞) said among today’s overseas immigration cases, five people had received two doses of the Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine, two were vaccinated with AstraZeneca, one had received the BioNTech shots, and one the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
CECC spokesman Chuang Jen-hsiang (莊人祥) announced that there were 170 cases of vaccine adverse events reported between November 12 and 14. Among the reported adverse events, 83 were serious and 6 were fatal.
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