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Taiwan to start offering COVID-19 vaccine to disease prevention and control personnel at central and local governments and workers at high risk of exposure on April 12 Facebookshare to Facebook(open in new window)Lineshare to Line(open in new window)Printprint(open in new window) Back

Date:2021-04-07

On April 7, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announced that it would begin to offer COVID-19 vaccine to disease prevention and control personnel at the central and local governments and front-line workers at high risk of exposure, who are Groups 2 and 3 people listed in the COVID-19 vaccination program, on April 12. Workers at high risk of exposure include flight crews of Taiwanese airlines, crewmembers on international merchant vessels, quarantine taxi drivers, and front-line workers who deal with quarantine-related matters at quarantine hotels.

The CECC explained that members of the public eligible for vaccination can make an appointment starting April 15. It is expected that starting April 16, there will be 170 vaccination sites in Taiwan that offer vaccinations, and eligible people can look up vaccination sites on the Internet and make an appointment.

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