En décembre 2020, le nombre d’utilisateurs de services de santé en ligne en Chine s’élevait à 215 millions, soit 21,7% des internautes du pays, indique le rapport publié par le Centre d’information du réseau Internet de Chine.
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[Japon] The Independent Investigation Commission on the Japanese Government’s Response to COVID-19: Report on Best Practices and Lessons Learned
The Independent Investigation Commission on the Japanese Government’s Response to COVID-19”, established by Tokyo-based think tank “Asia Pacific Initiative (API)”, has led an investigation into the Japanese government’s response to COVID-19. A book containing the investigation’s results, “The Independent Investigation Commission on the Japanese Government’s Response to COVID-19: Report on Best Practices and Lessons Learned”, will be published
This policy brief examines how the eleven countries of South-East Asia are coping
with the immediate impacts of COVID-19, focusing on the subregion’s socio-economic
response and providing four sets of recommendations for a recovery that leads to a more
sustainable, resilient and inclusive future.
[Myanmar] A Preliminary Impact Assessment of COVID-19 on the Mon State Economy: Pathways to Recovery
Auteurs/autrices : Mon Paing Ga Ghu, Hein Paing Htoo Chit, Karl Flecker and Yee Mon Hsu report on the economic impacts of COVID-19 in Mon State. Mon Paing Ga Ghu is a Researcher and Analyst at...
Two concurrent global crises—a health crisis and an economic crisis—are engulfing the world. The necessary public health response to the COVID-19 pandemic is setting in motion a globally synchronized economic recession—leaving no obvious robust engine of global growth. The humanitarian dimension of these two linked events is taking the majority of mankind into uncharted waters. The compound crisis threatens to overwhelm health care systems and government policies. The policy response will determine the human toll of the virus; the length and severity of the downturn; and economic, social and environmental progress towards (or regression away from) attaining the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), placing a large responsibility on policymakers.