A woman wearing a face mask walks along the Han river at a park in Seoul, South Korea, on March 12. South Korea’s aggressive testing regime has helped turn the tide of the Covid-19 epidemic in the country. Photo: AP A woman wearing a face mask walks along the Han river at a park in Seoul, South Korea, on March 12. South Korea’s aggressive testing regime has helped turn the tide of the Covid-19 epidemic in the country. Photo: AP
A woman wearing a face mask walks along the Han river at a park in Seoul, South Korea, on March 12. South Korea’s aggressive testing regime has helped turn the tide of the Covid-19 epidemic in the country. Photo: AP
Mark Clifford
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Mark Clifford

In the battle against the coronavirus, Japan and the four ‘tiger economies’ offer the world a new ‘Asian miracle’

  • The relatively low infection and death rates in Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan are a testament to investment in public health infrastructure, transparency and societies that prioritise group interests

A woman wearing a face mask walks along the Han river at a park in Seoul, South Korea, on March 12. South Korea’s aggressive testing regime has helped turn the tide of the Covid-19 epidemic in the country. Photo: AP A woman wearing a face mask walks along the Han river at a park in Seoul, South Korea, on March 12. South Korea’s aggressive testing regime has helped turn the tide of the Covid-19 epidemic in the country. Photo: AP
A woman wearing a face mask walks along the Han river at a park in Seoul, South Korea, on March 12. South Korea’s aggressive testing regime has helped turn the tide of the Covid-19 epidemic in the country. Photo: AP
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