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Taiwan steps up its face mask production to meet rising demand during COVID-19 pandemic

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Taoyuan, Mar 30 (EFE/EPA).- Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen on Monday visited a surgical fask mask factory in Taoyuan as part of the government's plan to step up its production to meet rising demand amid the COVID-19 pandemic.Taiwan has confirmed 306 cases of coronavirus so far, with 5 related deaths. (Camera: RITCHIE B. TONGO).FOOTAGE SHOWS THE VISIT OF TAIWANESE PRESIDENT TSAI ING-WEN TO A FACTODY PRODUCING SURGICAL FACE MASKS IN TAOYUAN, TAIWAN.

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