What's behind Taiwan's COVID-19 success story DW News
The numbers tell the tale. A little more than a thousand registered cases and only 11 COVID related deaths for a population of nearly 24 million. Strict quarantine controls and test and trace are being attributed to the island's remarkable success in keeping case numbers low. Something that was visible when a small outbreak hit a large hospital back in January.
As many countries around the world battle second, even third waves of the coronavirus, life in Taiwan appears near normal.