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The Checklist Paradigm – plan, implement, followup – public health plan for corona virus

Vox – Taiwan has millions of visitors from China and only 45 coronavirus cases. Here’s how. Aggressive measures starting in December saved Taiwan. Can we learn from them?

“…That’s what Stanford Health Policy researcher Jason Wang explores in a new article in the Journal of the American Medical Association with coauthors Chun Y. Ng in Taipei and Robert H. Brook of UCLA. He argues that Taiwan’s plan — which included 124 discrete action items and impressive coordination in implementation at the first signs of trouble — saved the island from a serious coronavirus outbreak. The 124 action items include travel bans, quarantines, surveillance steps, social distancing, and more. It’s too late for the US to put all of their lessons to use, but it’s not too late to benefit from a few…”


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