CECC reported an additional 94,855 COVID-19 cases, including 94,808 domestic cases and 47 imported cases by 2022/05/27; after confirming 81,852 local infections on Thursday (2022/05/26). On Thursday also reported a new record of 104 COVID-related deaths. Next, CECC has announced a significant increase in the number of deaths, 126 deaths today, May 2022, May 27.
This is the first time the number of deaths in a day has exceeded 100. In the past two days, the death rate from COVID has stood above 1 in 1,000.
The number of deaths in a day has increased from 76 the day before to 104. These numbers reflect an increase in the number of COVID cases after May 18 and 19 – the total number of cases has exceeded 80,000 cases. a day. In the past two days, the death rate has been above 1 in 1,000. Overall, if we extend the timeframe, the COVID mortality rate remains around 5 per 10,000. However, these recent figures are a warning sign that we need to keep watching.
Experts say that based on current projections, about 40% of Taiwan’s population will eventually be infected.
On May 27, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announced 94,855 new confirmed cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Taiwan.
Of the 94,855 new cases, 94,808 are domestic and 47 are imported (44 have tested positive on landing). CECC announced 126 deaths today.
Of the 94,808 new cases locally, 44,942 are male and 49,823 are female, while the genders of another 43 cases are under investigation. They ranged in age from under 5 years old to over 90 years old.
Among those local cases, 19,363 cases were reported in New Taipei City, 11,501 in Taichung City, 11,270 in Kaohsiung City, 10,074 in Taoyuan City, 9,503 in Taipei City, 7,376 in Tainan City, 4,240 in Changhua County, 2,765 in Pingtung County, 2,716 in Hsinchu County, 2,195 in Miaoli County, 2,147 in Hsinchu City, 2,043 in Keelung City, 1,779 in Yilan County, 1,749 in Hualien County, 1,713 in Yunlin County, 1,330 in Nantou County, 1,088 in Chiayi County, 932 in Taitung County, 651 in Chiayi City, 192 in Penghu County, 147 in Kinmen County, and 34 in Lien Thanh district.
Of the 126 local deaths announced today, there are 77 males and 49 females between the ages of 10 and over 90. They are serious cases.
About 47 new entry cases, including 28 men and 19 women aged from under 5 to 59 years old. The areas to which these cases come are being investigated. They all arrive between May 25 and 26, 2022.
CECC reports that a total of 10,789,017 COVID-19 related cases have been reported in Taiwan, of which the number of recovered COVID-19 cases is 9,059,842. Of these reported cases, COVID-19 infection was laboratory-confirmed in 1,735,067 cases. Of the 1,735,067 confirmed cases, 12,770 were imported; 1,722,243 are domestic; 36 were crew on the fast combat support ship Panshi; 3 is infection on the plane; 1 case of infection of unknown origin; The source of infection of 14 cases is under investigation. There have been a cumulative total of 1,784 deaths from COVID-19 since 2020; Of the 1,784 deaths, 1,769 are local and the remaining 15 are imported.
CECC has announced a significant increase in deaths, 126 deaths for today, 27/05/2022. Experts say that based on current projections, about 40% of Taiwan’s population will eventually be infected.