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Taiwan’s worst COVID-19 outbreak has left the island’s insurers bracing for more than $1 billion in claims that the financial regulator is urging them to honor.

The head of the Financial Supervisory Commission, Huang Tien-mu, has ordered insurers to pay out on valid COVID-related insurance policies after they faced criticism from lawmakers for dismissing claims, canceling policies and delaying payouts.

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