In Taiwan, some foreign tech workers are confined indoors to tackle an outbreak

In Taiwan, some foreign tech workers are confined indoors to tackle an outbreak

19/6/2021 10:00:00 AM

In Taiwan, some foreign tech workers are confined indoors to tackle an outbreak

TAIPEI — Officials in a county in Taiwan are facing a storm of criticism after banning foreign laborers from going outside as part of an effort to stamp out a cluster of coronavirus infections among workers at several technology manufacturing companies.

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