The government of Taiwanese leader Tsai Ing-wen did not act quickly to sign contracts with vaccine makers, so it was unprepared when the island’s first large-scale outbreak began last month. Photo: Handout The government of Taiwanese leader Tsai Ing-wen did not act quickly to sign contracts with vaccine makers, so it was unprepared when the island’s first large-scale outbreak began last month. Photo: Handout
The government of Taiwanese leader Tsai Ing-wen did not act quickly to sign contracts with vaccine makers, so it was unprepared when the island’s first large-scale outbreak began last month. Photo: Handout
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Tsai Ing-wen has to put health of Taiwanese first, not her political ambitions

  • The Taiwan leader’s priorities are all wrong as she shuns offers of help from mainland China to combat the island’s Covid-19 crisis, but accepts vaccines from the US and Japan

The government of Taiwanese leader Tsai Ing-wen did not act quickly to sign contracts with vaccine makers, so it was unprepared when the island’s first large-scale outbreak began last month. Photo: Handout The government of Taiwanese leader Tsai Ing-wen did not act quickly to sign contracts with vaccine makers, so it was unprepared when the island’s first large-scale outbreak began last month. Photo: Handout
The government of Taiwanese leader Tsai Ing-wen did not act quickly to sign contracts with vaccine makers, so it was unprepared when the island’s first large-scale outbreak began last month. Photo: Handout
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