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Ministry of Health and Welfare Report on the Continued Oversight of Formosa Fun Coast Dust Explosion (4th week of October)

  • Data Source:Ministry of Health and Welfare
  • Created:2015-10-22
  • Last Updated:2017-01-11

In response to the need for medical care and social welfare in the aftermath of the Formosa Fun Coast incident, the MOHW has continued to follow up the treatment of the victims with the usage of cadaveric skin, supply and distribution of medical supplies, case-based care, and appropriation of funds for hardship allowances for the personnel. The detailed description is as follows: 

1. Hospitalization and treatment of the victims: As of 10:00am on October 22th, 56 people continued to receive inpatient treatment. Among them, 12 were in intensive care units, 10 were in critical condition, and 12 were deceased. 

2. Case-based care services: As of October 21th, social workers were dispatched 6,499 times to offer condolences 31,086 times. Medical social workers were dispatched 37,047 times to provide care services for the victims and their family members 74,775 times. 

3. A total of 700,000 cm2 of cadaveric skin of the first batch were imported from abroad and distributed to 34 hospitals. Cumulatively, 589,500 cm2 were supplied and 551,000 cm2 used for a usage rate of 93.48%. The Food and Drug Administration of the MOHW has 110,500 cm2 in stock, and the hospitals have 38,400 cm2 in stock. 

4. Review and appropriation of funds for hardship allowances and overtime pay subsidies for the personnel: As of October 22th, 67 hospitals submitted applications for $188,888,970 and received an appropriation in the amount of $60,684,351 for medical personnel; 82 hospitals submitted applications for $92,874,924 and received an appropriation in the amount of $18,645,870 for nursing personnel; and 76 hospitals submitted applications for $5,655,593 and received an appropriation in the amount of $3,907,770 for social workers. The review and notification of supplementary information are ongoing for the other applications.