CORONAVIRUS/How Taiwan has been able to keep COVID-19 at bay

03/16/2020 07:14 PM
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In January, when the world started taking notice of COVID-19, a new coronavirus disease that was rapidly spreading from the Chinese city of Wuhan, researchers at John Hopkins University predicted that Taiwan would be one of the hardest-hit countries.


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