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I was impressed by your post, “Why are Eastern countries doing better than Western countries with COVID-19?”, Because where that COVID-19 came from, people are more cautious, talk to people and consult the situation and People take more precautions and follow the rules in the United States, they take COVID-19 as a joke that explains why the United States is now the most infected with COVID-19. One phrase he wrote that stands out to me is: “Second, Aisan’s culture makes people listen to and trust government advice, makes them stay home, to decrease the virus’s ability.” I think this is important because the government has to provide people to trust government advice to stop the virus. Thanks for writing. I look forward to seeing what you write below, because I would like to know more about what you think we should do with COVID-19.
Interesting point about how eastern countries are doing so well at quarantining, but I would be interested to hear your opinion about how Taiwan (or Chinese Taipei) is excluded from the WHO, despite being one of the world leaders in their handling of the virus. In terms of Asian countries, I would say no one is doing better than them. Taiwan has 0 new cases despite its excellent testing, so what reason does the global community have to oppose including them in the pandemic response?
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