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Ministry of Health and Welfare Report on the Continued Oversight of Formosa Fun Coast Dust Explosion (5th Week of December)

  • Data Source:Ministry of Health and Welfare
  • Created:2015-12-31
  • Last Updated:2017-01-10

In response to the medical and welfare demands following the Formosa Fun Coast Dust Explosion, continued effort has been put to the medical care follow-up of the injured, use of cadaveric skin, dispatch of medical supplies, case-based care, and grant of hardship and overtime allowance for workers; details of these works are given below: 

1. Medical care and treatment of the injured: By 10:00 on December 31, a total of 25 patients were still under hospitalized care and treatment, of whom 0 were in intensive care wards and 0 were in critical condition. 15 deaths have been recorded from this accident. 

2. Patients’ care and service: By December 30, a total of 7,403 social workers have been dispatched to make 32,816 consolation visits, and a total of 42,809 medical social workers have been dispatched to provide care services for 80,527 patients and their family members. 

3. The first batch of imported cadaveric skin from overseas totaled 700,000 cm2 and has been distributed to 34 hospitals. The cumulative supply reached 595,100 cm2, and cumulative usage totaled 571,700 cm2, representing a usage rate of 96.07%. Inventory remaining at Food and Drug Administration was 105,000 cm2, and inventory remaining at hospitals was 23,400 cm2. 

4. Regarding the review and grant of hardship and overtime allowance for workers, as of December 31, a total of 92 hospitals have submitted applications for their medical personnel, involving a total amount of NT$312,370,480, with NT$262,011,282 already granted; a total of 93 hospitals have submitted applications for their nursing personnel, involving a total amount of NT$125,299,896, with NT$92,519,362 already granted; a total of 80 hospitals have submitted applications for their social work personnel, involving a total amount of NT$6,315,661, with NT$5,978,312 already granted. Other applications are still under review or being notified for providing supplementary documents.