The first suspected case of severe special infectious pneumonia occurred in Taipei on the afternoon of November 23. The police called the Taipei Health Bureau and other relevant health units nine times to ask if quarantine was arranged. The reply was no quarantine. Novel coronavirus pneumonia was not detected. The police officers continued to visit the police station. They found that the working place of the deceased would be exposed to the entry customers, and some colleagues had just returned from the tour to Taiwan, so that the possibility of new crown pneumonia could not be ruled out.
On the morning of the 27th, the family members, accompanied by Taipei City councillors, held a press conference, complaining that they were kicked by relevant units. After that, the islands health units took the initiative to contact and coordinate with each other. After the prosecutor finally obtained the consent of the family members, the forensic doctors wore protective clothing that night. In the negative pressure dissecting room of Xinbei municipal funeral home, they immediately sent the body samples to the disease management department. After confirming that pneumonia infection was eliminated, they returned the body to the family members. As for the exact cause of death, it is still to be reported by forensic autopsy.
A novel coronavirus pneumonia confirmed in Taiwan is reported today (28). One of the 2 confirmed cases of new crown pneumonia has been visited on the island. One of them has traveled to Osaka, Japan. Up to now, there are 34 confirmed cases in the island.