• TAIWAN: No Lockdowns, No Closed Businesses, Non-WHO Member, and Relatively Unaffected by COVID-19

    Johns Hopkins University had predicted that Taiwan would have the second most COVID-19 cases in the world, due to its close proximity to Mainland China. But astonishingly, in spite of being only 80 miles from the coast of China with over 400,000 of its 24 million citizens working in China, as of mid-April, the country only had 400 cases of COVID-19, and only 6 deaths. And the vast majority of their 400 cases came into the country from abroad. All of this has happened without shutting down the country with lock downs, and with almost all of its businesses continuing to operate. Is Taiwan doing something else the rest of the world is largely missing? This question will no doubt be asked for months or even years into the future, but it is a question well worth asking, given the devastating effects to the economy that have resulted from more restrictive measures such as the United States took. The first thing to note is that while President Trump is now looking seriously at pulling out of the World Health Organization, Taiwan was never part of it. They were not allowed to join due to the WHO's pro-China stance. According to the Taipei Times, Taiwan's CDC tried to warn China and WHO on December 31, 2019 about possible human-to-human transmission of the new coronavirus, while China was still denying that such transmission was possible. That same day, Taiwan started policies to monitor travel from China to reduce the chance of having the coronvirus come into their country. They were one of the first countries to restrict travel from China at their borders.

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  • TAIWAN: No Lockdowns, No Closed Businesses, Non-WHO Member, and Relatively Unaffected by COVID-19

    Follow the money. The WHO and CDC are funded by private money that stand to profit immensely by the virus. Countries that are not part of the WHO are (not) curiously affected by the virus. The biggest problem is that countries that are part of the WHO are controlled by the WHO and are not making decisions themselves. Much of it is in perception and fear mongering. If you take the time to look you can follow the money and find that countries in the WHO have created fear through the media about what many doctors are saying is nothing worse than the seasonal flu. Nothing makes sense about shutting down 100% of the people because a small number (of mostly elderly people with pre-existing conditions) of people might die. There never was good reason to lock down the economies of the world .. and places like Taiwan are a glaring example.


  • TAIWAN: No Lockdowns, No Closed Businesses, Non-WHO Member, and Relatively Unaffected by COVID-19

    Irena said:

    So it is possible not to plunge the economy into a recession and still protect public health!
    Common sense? Anyone?

    Stop the rollout of 5g to protect public health. Covid19 and 5g 60ghz have the same impact in that they both damage the hemoglobin impairing the ability of red blood cells to transport oxygen throughout the body, compromising the lungs and resulting in acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS)

  • TAIWAN: No Lockdowns, No Closed Businesses, Non-WHO Member, and Relatively Unaffected by COVID-19

    Does does Taiwan have 5G?





  • TAIWAN: No Lockdowns, No Closed Businesses, Non-WHO Member, and Relatively Unaffected by COVID-19

    There appears according to my research to be a direct correlation between 5g rollout and Covid19 cases. Wuhan was the first city in the world to have city wide coverage of 5g and coincidentally the worlds epicenter of coronavirus. Taiwan has no 5g according to Ookla 5g map and only 400 cases of Covid19. New York is the US epicenter of coronavirus with 131815 cases and has 485 5g networks state wide.

  • TAIWAN: No Lockdowns, No Closed Businesses, Non-WHO Member, and Relatively Unaffected by COVID-19

    Yea it’s call closing your borders as soon as you are briefed on a new virus. Shut down the planes.our government totally dropped the ball as you can see a partial shut down doesn’t work.it was in other countries already.

  • TAIWAN: No Lockdowns, No Closed Businesses, Non-WHO Member, and Relatively Unaffected by COVID-19

    So it is possible not to plunge the economy into a recession and still protect public health!

    Common sense? Anyone?