Lessons to be Learned from East Asia
The world should take a lesson from how East Asia ran itself in 2020. Japan had no lockdown. None. With an aging population, its death rate has been creeping up for many years. In 2020, it fell by 0.7%, as if Covid-19 was a life-saver.
Daily new cases in Singapore – Covid-19 seems to be pretty much under control there. [PT]
The Prime Minister of Singapore repeatedly appeared on TV to advise people to live normally and not let fear dominate. Taiwan had a total of 623 Covid-19 related deaths [ed. note: there were only 12 until mid-May; in the past few weeks there was a large spike]. Competent bureaucrats in South Korea organized a system to rapidly isolate those with the illness and never had toRead More »