COVID, One Year Later | Taiwan Insider | Mar. 17, 2021 | RTI





[Hello from the Taipei Rose Festival]

This week, we take a moment to stop and smell the roses (literally) and reflect on the past year since Taiwan locked down its borders on March 19, 2020. Staś Butler runs through some key numbers that paint a picture of how Taiwan handled COVID-19.

We also speak with the CDC’s Dr. Yang Chin-Hui, who lays out plans for vaccinating the nation.

PLUS:
A visit to the Taipei Rose Festival with Andrew and Natalie!
Test your knowledge of “Floral Connections” with Quizmaster Reece Ayers
Anti-black racism is no laughing matter, in today’s Hashtag w/ Leslie

LINKS:
Taipei Rose Festival:
Taiwan’s flower festivals:
More about Taiwan’s vaccinations in Taiwan Explained (from Feb. 25, 2021):
Taiwan Centers for Disease Control:
Keril Facebook:
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3 Replies to “COVID, One Year Later | Taiwan Insider | Mar. 17, 2021 | RTI”

  1. Hiroshi Nagoya

    I'm so glad and proud of Taiwan for handling the Covid-19 a.k.a. CCP virus so well and becoming a world example in how to handle the virus appropriately WITHOUT the help of the W.H.O. because of the other side neighbor anger against Taiwan. Hope Taiwan can get the vaccines it needs and the HORRIBLE CCP regime STOPS interfering with Taiwan Internal Affairs.

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