Irish man under quarantine in Taiwan found dead in suicide

In a tragic and mysterious incident, an Irish national who was under coronavirus quarantine was found hanged on a Taipei hillside.
The man, reported to be in his fifties, had arrived in Taiwan on March 17 on a flight from Vietnam. Like other international arrivals, he was told to quarantine himself at home for 14 days.
However, when police went to check on him at his listed residence, he was nowhere to be found.
While they searching, a call came in about a body being discovered hanged in the forest on a hillside.
Police are treating the incident as a suicide. There was no note at the scene, however, the mans luggage was found nearby.
Its unclear at this time if the man was infected with coronavirus or what may have led to his suicide. An investigation is underway.



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