Taiwan to make wearing masks on public transport compulsory

Taiwan to make wearing masks on public transport compulsory

·2020-04-01 21:20

Taiwan will make the wearing of masks compulsory on its trains and buses to help fight the spread of Covid-19, Taiwan News reported.

Compulsory mask measure comes ahead of Qing Ming Festival

The announcement was made by the self-ruled island’s Minister of Transportation and Communications, Lin Chia-lung, on Mar. 31.

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Xin En 06/04/2020

Due to the difficulty in maintaining distancing in our public transport, all the more we need to make wearing of masks mandatory to control the virus spread so that all the other measures taken will not be wasted. If we can go one step further to provide masks at public places for the emergency use of esp the vulnerable, it will be even better.

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Xin En 06/04/2020

It is good to be able to anticipate what will happen and take precautions beforehand. Don't have to waste time wondering why and scolding people for being socially irresponsible. Comes to serious matters , just make it mandatory.

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Kwok Hing Yuen 03/04/2020

keep it up to make everyone wearing masks on public transport

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peace o 02/04/2020

The best is to put on mask to stop the spreading of virus

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meow88 02/04/2020

Well done taiwan, you solve problem, and taiwan ppl very hygiene very corporative, u see they only 235ppl infected, 24mil population, Singapore 5.5mil population and 1000 infected liao, so if singaporean also wear mask then you know our figure will be similar to taiwan... So our risk is the ttl number of infected, and now they produce enough masks to support other countries, I salute you❤️ of course singapore govt also done a gd job but local transmissions is increasing every day, so pls govt, DO THE RIGHT THING...

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