Coronavirus Taiwan - Specific Developments July-October 2022

It’s a Tuesday announcement; the numbers are always higher than Monday which is the low day due to the weekend testing factor.

Deaths are way down, though there was another tragic case of an child under five dying following infection . . .

Guy

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Covid Stats For 2022-08-10


Local = 23,665

Imported = 143

Deaths = 25

Current Severity of Symptoms Statistics

Local Cases By Districts (Interactive Map)

Cumulative Table Of Deaths From COVID-19 In Taiwan

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25 COVID-19 Deaths Reported on August 10, 2022

There were 25 new local deaths today, including 13 males and 12 females, aged in their 30s to over 90s. All had severe infections, 24 had a history of chronic disease, 14 hadn’t received the recommended 3 doses of COVID-19 vaccine and 10 hadn’t had any doses at all. The date of diagnosis was between May 19 and August 8, today (2022), and the date of death was between June 20 and August 7. Please refer to the link below for specific individual case details.

https://www.cdc.gov.tw/File/Get/7bGayY6JLPbxwpieXjRc7g

Gender

Female = 12 (48.00%)
Male = 13 (52.00%)

Age Distribution

90s = 4 (16.00%)
80s = 14 (56.00%)
70s = 4 (16.00%)
60s = 1 (4.00%)
50s = 1 (4.00%)
30s = 1 (4.00%)

Vaccination Doses

0 doses = 10 (40.00%)
1 doses = 2 (8.00%)
2 doses = 2 (8.00%)
3 doses = 11 (44.00%)

Chronic Disease History

Yes = 24 (96.00%)
None = 1 (4.00%)

Vaccine Status For Deaths With No Chronic Disease History

3 doses = 1 (Ages → F-80s)

Click to see detailed cases report

Original CECC Report of 2022-08-10

8月10日新增死亡COVID-19確診個案表.pdf

Cumulative Table Of New Deaths From COVID-19 In Taiwan

https://covid-19.nchc.org.tw/deathstatistics.php?dt_name=1&downloadall=yes

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Opening soon?

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Covid Stats For 2022-08-11


Local = 22,650

Imported = 259

Deaths = 44

Current Severity of Symptoms Statistics

Local Cases By Districts (Interactive Map)

Cumulative Table Of Deaths From COVID-19 In Taiwan

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44 COVID-19 Deaths Reported on August 11, 2022

There were 44 new deaths from local cases today, including 26 males and 18 females, ranging in age from under 5 years old to over 90 years old. All had severe infections, 41 had a chronic medical history, 34 hadn’t received the recommended 3 doses of COVID-19 vaccine and 27 hadn’t had any doses at all. The date of diagnosis was between June 10 and August 8, 2022, and the date of death was between May 25 and August 8.

Gender

Female = 18 (40.91%)
Male = 26 (59.09%)

Age Distribution

90s = 11 (25.00%)
80s = 14 (31.82%)
70s = 7 (15.91%)
60s = 5 (11.36%)
50s = 4 (9.09%)
30s = 1 (2.27%)
20s = 1 (2.27%)
Under 5 = 1 (2.27%)

Vaccination Doses

0 doses = 27 (61.36%)
1 doses = 4 (9.09%)
2 doses = 3 (6.82%)
3 doses = 10 (22.73%)

Chronic Disease History

Yes = 41 (93.18%)
None = 3 (6.82%)

Vaccine Status For Deaths With No Chronic Disease History

0 doses = 2 (Ages → F-90s, M-80s)
3 doses = 0 (Ages → M-30s)

Click to see detailed cases report

Original CECC Report of 2022-08-11

8月11日新增死亡COVID-19確診個案表.pdf

Cumulative Table Of New Deaths From COVID-19 In Taiwan

https://covid-19.nchc.org.tw/deathstatistics.php?dt_name=1&downloadall=yes

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From cookiebandit’s twitter:

Philip Lo says like everyone prepares for a typhoon, everyone needs to prepare for the next surge:

  1. Get vax
  2. NPI - masks, wash hands, quarantine if ordered to do so
  3. Family/friends of vulnerable populations (seniors, young kids, immunocomp’d) should check in on them often.

My question:
Has anyone explained why young kids in Taiwan are vulnerable when that hasn’t been the case in many(any?) other countries?

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Or just ignore the fear porn.
#fuckcookiebandit

Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in.

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Perhaps this is because the authorities in Taiwan still try to track cases and announce results, however imperfectly.

By contrast, we hear little to nothing from the authorities in Canada, as many of the provincial health authorities have stopped counting cases and stopped communicating with the public—a situation compounded by “right to privacy” laws in which individual medical conditions and outcomes (example: an infant dying) cannot be made public without consent.

Guy

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I don’t see how that might have any bearing on the CECC’s knowledge (if they have any) regarding the aetiology of COVID deaths in children.

Governments have been tracking all age ranges, and they’ve been using exactly the same flawed methodology (i.e., counting PCR test results instead of recording an identifiable constellation of signs and symptoms leading via an identifiable process to death). Because this process leaves every death open to wide interpretation, it’s almost impossible to know if Taiwan is experiencing something that wasn’t experienced elsewhere; but if that is the case, the public deserves an explanation rather than a blasé “vaccines will fix it” from the authorities. Since they have no basis for declaring any particular childhood death as directly caused by COVID (unless they’re performing analyses that, for reasons known only to themselves, they’re not writing up for publication), they have no basis for believing that vaccines will make things better rather than worse.

And no, the explanation isn’t “privacy” - particularly not in Canada, where the Trudeau administration has made it quite clear they have no use for rule of Law. The UK, for example, makes detailed medical records available to legitimate researchers (= those who won’t make the government look bad) after they’ve been through an anonymizing process operated by the MoD.

In any case, researchers disconnected from these cases are unlikely to figure out what’s going on. If we weren’t living in clownworld, the doctors who were directly involved would get their heads together and compare case notes. They’d then be able to figure out in general terms what sort of events lead to death, and what sort of treatments avert that outcome. In 2019 that would have happened without any need for prompting. But for whatever reason (what could it possibly be?) it isn’t happening in current year.

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Covid Stats For 2022-08-12


Local = 21,761

Imported = 228

Deaths = 31

Current Severity of Symptoms Statistics

Local Cases By Districts (Interactive Map)

Cumulative Table Of Deaths From COVID-19 In Taiwan

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OMG they will never stop the bs.

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31 COVID-19 Deaths Reported on August 12, 2022

There were 31 new local deaths today, including 14 males and 17 females, aged in their 30s to over 90s, all of whom were severely infected, 30 had a history of chronic disease, 23 hadn’t been vaccinated with the recommended 3 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and 18 hadn’t had any doses at all. The date of diagnosis was between June 28 and August 9, 2022, and the date of death was between June 12 and August 9. Please refer to the attachment to the link below for specific individual case details.

Gender

Female = 17 (54.84%)
Male = 14 (45.16%)

Age Distribution

90s = 10 (32.26%)
80s = 9 (29.03%)
70s = 9 (29.03%)
50s = 2 (6.45%)
30s = 1 (3.23%)

Vaccination Doses

0 doses = 18 (58.06%)
1 doses = 1 (3.23%)
2 doses = 4 (12.90%)
3 doses = 7 (22.58%)
4 doses = 1 (3.23%)

Chronic Disease History

Yes = 30 (96.77%)
None = 1 (3.23%)

Vaccine Status For Deaths With No Chronic Disease History

0 doses = 1 (Ages → F-90s)

Click to see detailed cases report

Original CECC Report of 2022-08-12

8月12日新增死亡COVID-19確診個案表.pdf

Cumulative Table Of New Deaths From COVID-19 In Taiwan

https://covid-19.nchc.org.tw/deathstatistics.php?dt_name=1&downloadall=yes

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Covid Stats For 2022-08-13


Local = 21,056

Imported = 233

Deaths = 40

Current Severity of Symptoms Statistics

Local Cases By Districts (Interactive Map)

Cumulative Table Of Deaths From COVID-19 In Taiwan

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40 COVID-19 Deaths Reported on August 13, 2022

There were 40 new local deaths today, including 27 males and 13 females, aged in their 30s to over 90s, all of whom had severe infections and had a history of chronic diseases, 30 had not received the recommended 3 doses of COVID-19 vaccination and 17 hadn’t had any doses at all. The date of diagnosis was between May 2 and August 10, today (2022), and the date of death was between May 10 and August 10.

Gender

Female = 13 (32.50%)
Male = 27 (67.50%)

Age Distribution

90s = 8 (20.00%)
80s = 9 (22.50%)
70s = 11 (27.50%)
60s = 3 (7.50%)
50s = 6 (15.00%)
40s = 2 (5.00%)
30s = 1 (2.50%)

Vaccination Doses

0 doses = 17 (42.50%)
1 doses = 10 (25.00%)
2 doses = 3 (7.50%)
3 doses = 10 (25.00%)

Chronic Disease History

Yes = 40 (100.00%)
None = 0 (00.00%)

Click to see detailed cases report

Original CECC Report of 2022-08-13

8月13日新增死亡COVID-19確診個案表.pdf

Cumulative Table Of New Deaths From COVID-19 In Taiwan

https://covid-19.nchc.org.tw/deathstatistics.php?dt_name=1&downloadall=yes

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Does that last table show that many of the people were already under DNR notices? Surely not?

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Covid Stats For 2022-08-14


Local = 20,802

Imported = 290

Deaths = 22

Current Severity of Symptoms Statistics

Local Cases By Districts (Interactive Map)

Cumulative Table Of Deaths From COVID-19 In Taiwan

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