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Ministry of Health and Welfare Report on the Continued Oversight of Formosa Fun Coast Dust Explosion (1st Week of November)

  • Data Source:Ministry of Health and Welfare
  • Created:2015-11-05
  • Last Updated:2017-01-11

In provision of the medical and social welfare needs following the Formosa Fun Coast Dust Explosion, the Ministry of Health and Welfare (“MoHW”) continues to monitor the medical treatment of explosion victims, utilization of cadaveric skin, dispatch of medical supplies, provision of case-based care, and distribution of overtime and hardship allowances to relevant personnel. The statuses of the preceding conditions are as follows: 

1. Victim’s medical treatment: As of 5 November, 10:00 a.m., a total of 40 victims remain hospitalized for treatment; of which, 7 were in ICU. A total of 5 victims were in critical condition, and there were 14 reported fatalities. 

2. Provision of case-based care services: As of 4 November, a total of 6,683 social workers have been dispatched, extending solicitude to 31,309 victims and related members. A total of 38,427 medical social workers have been dispatched, providing care services to 76,145 victims and related family members. 

3. Overseas cadaveric skin amounting to 700,000 cm2 has been dispatched during the first round of implementation, reaching 34 hospitals; of which, 595,800 cm2 has been supplied, and 552,000 cm2 has been utilized, achieving a utilization rate of 92.64%. 104,200 cm2 remain in FDA inventories and 43,800 cm2 remain in hospital inventories. 

4. In terms of the review and approval of hardship and overtime allowances (as of 1 October), medical personnel applications have been received from 74 hospitals for a total allowance amount of NT $216,263,429, of which, NT $74,073,536 has been approved. Nursing personnel applications have been received from 83 hospitals for a total allowance of NT $93,515,094, of which, NT $22,858,870 has been approved. Social worker applications have been received from 76 hospitals for a total allowance of NT $5,654,393, of which, NT $4,646,733 has been approved. Other applications are currently under review and/or have been notified for additional documents.