Taiwan to impose ban on entry of foreigners for 1 month amid new COVID-19 cases


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Taiwan plans to prohibit foreigners without local residency from entering the island for a month from Wednesday, as its daily local COVID-19 infections reached a new peak of 333 new cases on Monday. During a press conference on Monday (May 17), Taiwan Health Minister Chen Shih-chung said the island identified 333 new local COVID-19 cases and two imported cases in the past 24 hours.