2020-04-10 CECC urges people to conduct a 14-day period of self-health management if they visit crowded places during the Tomb Sweeping Festival

【Important Announcement from Taiwan Centers for Disease Control】

https://www.cdc.gov.tw/En/Bulletin/Detail/8QT-pWlYfLRq_nBPB7adog?typeid=158

 

The Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) urged members of the public who have visited crowded places during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Festival to conduct self-health management for 14 days, avoid public places, put on face masks when going out, and work from home as much as possible in order to ensure the safety of the entire nation. If people feel unwell, they are urged to call the toll-free Communicable Disease Reporting and Consultation Hotline, 1922 (or 0800-001922), and inform the physician of any history of travel. 
 
The 11 scenic sites listed by the CECC are the Alishan National Forest Recreation Area; Dongdamen Night Market in Hualien County; Wenhua Road in Chiayi City; Bade Pond Ecological Park in Taoyuan; Singda Harbor and Chishan Old Street in Kaohsiung; Chaotian Temple in Yunlin County’s Beigang Township; Guanzihling, Hutoupi, and the Wushantou Reservoir and Wusanto Huching Resort Hotel in Tainan; and areas south of Nanzhou Township in Pingtung County, including Kenting National Park. People who have visited these places during the holiday should conduct 14-day self-health management. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Posted by
Ms. Iris Chuang
Division of International and Cross-Strait Services
Office of International Affairs, NCTU