[Corée du Sud] How South Korea stopped COVID-19 early
Auteur : Myoung-Hee Kim. Epidémiologiste, directrice du Center for Health Equity Research at the People’s Health Institute en Corée du Sud.
Production : The Japan Times
Diffusion : site de The Japan Times
Date : 5 mai 2020
Seoul – South Korea experienced one of the world’s largest initial outbreaks of COVID-19 outside China. But, unlike the United States and many European countries, we have been able to contain and drastically reduce the spread of the virus, at least so far — and without imposing a nationwide lockdown. Our response may provide insights that can help other governments and civil society groups working to combat the pandemic.
So, how did we do it?
Source : Myoung-Hee Kim, « How South Korea stopped COVID-19 early », The Japan Times, 05/05/2020. URL : https://www.japantimes.co.jp/opinion/2020/05/05/commentary/world-commentary/south-korea-stopped-covid-19-early/#.XrLSfpk69Pa (consulté le 06/05/2020)
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