Taiwan situation example of efficient response using modern electronic tools: Stanford expert
By: Matthew Strong, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
In its latest issue, Stanford University Assistant Professor Jason Wang (王智弘) wrote that based on its experience with the 2003 SARS epidemic, Taiwan rapidly identified the coronavirus threat and took appropriate measures to counter it, CNA reported.
Using modern electronic methods such as QR code scanning, the island’s health authorities managed to acquire rapid information about the travel habits of prospective quarantine candidates.
That was but one example of how advanced technology served the fight against virus infections, Wang noted. [FULL STORY]