Considering the low risk of community transmission in Taiwan, we are gradually loosening certain restrictions as below:
Adjustment to mask distribution policy: Starting from June 1, masks not requisitioned by the government will be open for domestic purchase or export. The current quota (9 masks per 14 days for adults and 10 masks per 14 days for children) under the name-based rationing system will remain in place to ensure universal access to masks for every citizen and to stabilize the price of masks.
32 pharmacies within 20 walking distance from KMU.
Alternative strategies while you get shortage of face mask
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Combating #Coronavirus needs #AllHandsOnDeck.🙌
Lots of bilateral conversations, no top-down authoritarianism.🆓
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