People in Taipei wait to be inoculated at a vaccination centre administering AstraZeneca vaccines donated by Japan, earlier this month. Photo: Bloomberg People in Taipei wait to be inoculated at a vaccination centre administering AstraZeneca vaccines donated by Japan, earlier this month. Photo: Bloomberg
People in Taipei wait to be inoculated at a vaccination centre administering AstraZeneca vaccines donated by Japan, earlier this month. Photo: Bloomberg

Taiwan’s coronavirus case numbers still on the rise, but signs of easing

  • ‘Soft’ lockdown measures to continue, with extension not ruled out
  • Another cluster emerges, as more vaccine doses arrive on the island

Topic |   Coronavirus Taiwan
People in Taipei wait to be inoculated at a vaccination centre administering AstraZeneca vaccines donated by Japan, earlier this month. Photo: Bloomberg People in Taipei wait to be inoculated at a vaccination centre administering AstraZeneca vaccines donated by Japan, earlier this month. Photo: Bloomberg
People in Taipei wait to be inoculated at a vaccination centre administering AstraZeneca vaccines donated by Japan, earlier this month. Photo: Bloomberg
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