Former New Party chairman: Taiwan should embrace vaccines from the Chinese mainland

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    Official data shows as of May 31, the number of people from Taiwan getting vaccinated on the Chinese mainland has reached 62,000. This comes as the island grapples with a new coronavirus outbreak and a shortage of COVID-19 vaccines. We talked to Yok Mu-ming, the former chairman of Taiwan’s New Party, who’s just come out of quarantine, to learn about the process for Taiwan compatriots to access vaccinations on the mainland.

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