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|Lessons from abroad: Taiwan's COVID-19 containment model||873.84 KB|
Alongside South Korea, Taiwan is one of the few countries to “flatten the curve” of Covid-19 without a national lockdown due to its prior experience with the SARS epidemic of 2003. New Zealand’s pathway is similar to Taiwan’s and there are lessons to be learned as New Zealand moves into Alert Level 2. This report outlines eleven key examples of Taiwan’s pandemic approach.