Adams Chi looks at photos of his parents. Chi and others who lost loved ones to outbreaks in Taiwan are angry that their government did not prepare enough. Photo: AP
Adams Chi looks at photos of his parents. Chi and others who lost loved ones to outbreaks in Taiwan are angry that their government did not prepare enough. Photo: AP

Coronavirus: families seeking compensation say Taiwan deaths could have been avoided

  • 12 families seek an apology and US$2.1 million, saying the government was underprepared, despite a year and a half of pandemic experience elsewhere
  • Because of the island’s previous success, many doctors did not have any experience in treating Covid-19 patients, says medical professor

Topic |   Coronavirus Taiwan
Adams Chi looks at photos of his parents. Chi and others who lost loved ones to outbreaks in Taiwan are angry that their government did not prepare enough. Photo: AP
Adams Chi looks at photos of his parents. Chi and others who lost loved ones to outbreaks in Taiwan are angry that their government did not prepare enough. Photo: AP
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