Taiwan’s new infections top 90,000 for the first time after abandoning zero-COVID strategy

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Taiwan is battling a record surge in COVID-19 cases, but it has refused to abandon plans to live with the virus. On May 19, the island’s daily infections topped 90,000 for the first time since the start of the pandemic, taking the total tally past one million. Local experts have warned that case numbers may only peak at the end of May, while the Central Epidemic Command Center has predicted that Taiwan will only return to relative normalcy by September. Officials have reassured that the healthcare system is able to handle the surge in infections.

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