The Impact of COVID-19 on Migrant Workers in Taiwan

By Weiweoi Chen (陳芛薇)
Photos by Tzu Cheng Liu (劉子正)
Abridged and translated by Chang Yu Ming (張佑民)
Syharn Shen (沈思含)

The issue of illegal migrant workers in Taiwan resurfaced after a COVID-19 confirmed case was found to be an undocumented foreign worker. Yet, to survive the pandemic, Taiwan may have to put legal issues aside and provide all migrant workers with adequate help and medical support.

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