COVID-19: Highway rest stops take steps to protect holiday crowds

Radio Taiwan International
Date: 02 April, 2020
By: John Van Trieste


Taiwan has so far managed to keep COVID-19 in check without resorting to measures like the lockdowns seen in some other parts of the world. But allowing life to go on as normal doesn’t mean allowing life to go on exactly as it did before the pandemic began.


In public spaces across Taiwan, new rules are entering into force that aim to let people keep moving around freely while also keeping them safe and healthy. Some of the most stringent of these new rules are going into place in highway rest stops, places where large number of strangers from all over Taiwan come into close contact every day.    [FULL  STORY]

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