https://www.cnbc.com/2020/05/19/how-tai ... break.html
The above is pretty hardcore. If we had something like that in the US, there'd be plenty of people bellyaching about the time, their freedom, etc.cwerdna wrote: ↑Thu May 14, 2020 7:05 pmHave only had a chance to skim this.
https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1260 ... 42434.html and https://twitter.com/laurelchor/status/1 ... 1401782273.Was interesting. They also on Twitter wrote:I’ve landed in Hong Kong after flying from Paris CDG, via London Heathrow. I now have to wait ~8 hours before I get my #COVID19 test results and thus have ample time to tweet about my experience.If I broke my quarantine, I could be jailed for up to 6 months and fined up to HK$25,000 (US$3,225). The HK government also encourages people to report quarantine breakers. I would be genuinely afraid of the public wrath if I were to step outside wearing my bracelet.
Parts of Asia that relaxed restrictions without a resurgence in coronavirus cases did these three things
https://www.cnbc.com/2020/05/07/coronav ... esses.html is an old article now.
NPR White House List Of Testing Labs Wasn't Helpful, States Say- South Korea and Hong Kong successfully relaxed pandemic restrictions without having another rise in cases by data sharing, using targeted testing and contact tracing.
- The varying results of efforts across Asia to contain the virus and reopen society present policy options and perhaps lessons for countries behind on the outbreak’s timeline.
- Public health specialists who spoke with CNBC said they’re not confident U.S. officials are taking note of what’s working and not working in Asia.
https://www.npr.org/sections/health-sho ... states-say - the text there is in more detail than the audio version I listened to via their app