Thank you card for NIA from a missing migrant worker
The 32nd coronavirus case is an Indonesian missing migrant worker, Xiao Li (小莉), causing great attention at that time. Today (May 12), Director-general Chiu Feng-kuang posted on Facebook, "NIA署長室", that Xiao Li wrote a thank you card for the National Immigration Agency (NIA) to express her gratitude for all doctors and nurses on International Nurses Day.
Xiao Li infected with the virus because she took care of the 27th case, and it was the first migrant worker who had to receive compulsory treatment in Taiwan. After receiving medical treatment, Xiao Li has already recovered and was released from the hospital at the end of April. In early May, with the guidance and assistance of New Taipei City Specialized Operation Brigades, Xiao Li finally returned to Indonesia. Before leaving, she wrote a thank you card for all medical personnel and the NIA and mentioned that during the two-month treatment, the nurses' encouragement helped her get through this hardship.
Everyone is equal when facing the virus and responsible for protecting oneself and others. Thanks to Taiwan's medical personnel and frontliners, we have lived in a healthy and safe environment, the NIA stated.