Taiwan is now starts to put all chinese pilots in isolation for 14 days to breakdown the chain of transmission of novel coronavirus. As per Health Minister, all pilots of China Airlines will be isolated for 14 days while after landing in Taiwan.

The country is been able to control the virus from transmission by taking action early, however there has been a new outbreak related to pilots of China Airlines in an hotel nearby at airport. In this all new outbreak, Taiwan has seen 35 cases of coronavirus positive patients. Hence, the nation has now taken the decision to make restricted Airlines, and keep its pilots remain in quarantine for 14 days.

As per Chen Shih-chung, Health Minister of Taiwan, authorities are trying to break the chain of infection. However, the fact that this decision to ground the airlines is going to impact a lot of people is understood well. 

He added, "This will have a big impact on China Airlines, on its passenger and freighter flights, and for the crew too. But for the safety of the whole community we cannot but make this decision,"

After the completion of isolation period all pilots will be tested, and they will be allowed out only if they test negative against COVID-19. It is also comes in news that some of the airline pilots got infected in foreign, and spread the infection on returning to Taiwan.


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