Taiwanese Health Minister Signals Desire To Work With China On Public Health Issues

Associated Press: Taiwan minister hopes to work with China on health issues
“Taiwan hopes to work with China to help improve the health of people ‘on both sides of the Taiwan Strait’ and is engaging more with the world to fight viruses like Zika, MERS, Ebola, and dengue, the Taiwanese health minister said in an interview Wednesday. Amid new questions about the future of China-Taiwan relations, Lin Tzou-yien said he shook hands with his Chinese counterpart, Li Bin, a day earlier at an annual World Health Organization meeting…” (5/25).

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