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Taiwan has reported 511 new domestic cases, including 35 cases added to totals for recent days. That is up from the 472 domestic infections reported on Friday, Reuters reports.
The agency also reports that Taiwan is in talks with US companies about making their vaccines, following similar talks with European firms, citing health minister Chen Shih-chung.
Taiwan, like much of the world, has been trying to speed up its vaccination programme following a spike in domestic cases, but has been stymied by global supply shortages.
Chen told reporters that they previously had talks with European companies he did not name about producing their vaccines under licence.
The number of confirmed cases in Germany increased by 2,294 to 3,697,927, data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) shows, while the reported death toll has risen by 122 to 89,148.
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