The Taiwanese Response to COVID-19
Seattle, WA, USA
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Taiwan’s response to COVID-19 is widely seen as a rare success story. Just 81 miles off the coast of China with upwards of 12,000 total arrivals to Taiwan from mainland China daily before the pandemic, the outcome could have been much different. Out of a population of 23 million, Taiwan has recorded 446 COVID-19 cases and just seven deaths. What steps did Taiwan take to protect its people? Can lessons learned from the Taiwan experience with COVID-19 be adapted as countries around the world struggle to re-open while avoiding a second wave? Join the World Affairs Council, the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, and public health experts from Taiwan for a panel discussion on what worked in Taiwan and what are the takeaways for the ongoing efforts to protect populations from the growing spread of the coronavirus.
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