The Central Epidemic Command Center announced today (8) that there were 44 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in China, including 2 local cases (cases 17414-17415) and 42 imported cases; there were no new deaths among the confirmed cases.
The command center stated that the local cases (cases 17414-17415) were one male and one female of their own nationalities, both in their 50s, all of which were related to the Taoyuan Airport infection incident; details are in the attachment to the press release.
The command center stated that there were 42 new cases of immigration from abroad today. The genders were 25 males, 16 females, and 1 case under investigation, aged between 10 and 70 years old, respectively, from the United States (23 cases) and Vietnam (4 cases). example), France (2 cases), Argentina, Australia, the Philippines, Canada, the United Arab Emirates, Thailand, Brazil, Spain, India, Italy and Germany (1 case each), and 2 other cases were investigated. From December 15, 2021 to January 7, 2022; please refer to the attachment to the press release.
According to the statistics of the command center, as of now, a total of 5,074,946 cases of novel coronavirus pneumonia have been reported in China (including 5,055,445 excluded), of which 17,302 were confirmed, including 2,630 imported cases, 14,618 local cases, 36 Dunmu Fleet cases, 3 aircraft infections, 1 case is unknown and 14 cases are under investigation; there is no new case of empty account, and a total of 113 cases have been removed as empty account. Since 2020, a total of 850 COVID-19 deaths have been reported, of which 838 are local. The counties and cities where the cases reside are: 413 in New Taipei City, 322 in Taipei City, 29 in Keelung City, 27 in Taoyuan City, 15 in Changhua County, and 15 in Hsinchu County. 13 cases, 5 cases in Taichung City, 3 cases in Miaoli County, 2 cases each in Yilan County and Hualien County, and 1 case each in Hsinchu City, Nantou County, Yunlin County, Tainan City, Kaohsiung City, Pingtung County and Taitung County; 12 cases were imported from abroad.
The command center once again calls on the public to implement personal protective measures such as hand hygiene, cough etiquette and wearing masks, reduce unnecessary movement, activities or gatherings, avoid entering and leaving crowded places, or areas with high risk of infection transmission, and take the initiative to be proactive Cooperate with various epidemic prevention measures and jointly strictly guard the community defense line.