- Seoul’s handling of the outbreak emphasises transparency and relies heavily on public cooperation in place of hardline measures such as lockdowns
- While uncertainties remain, it is increasingly viewed by public health experts as a model to emulate for authorities desperate to keep Covid-19 in check
S. Korea aggressively promotes its disease prevention model to international community
South Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) announced on Mar. 16 that the foreign ministers of six countries — South Korea, Germany, Brazil, Italy, Australia, and Canada — had held a 70-minute teleconference to discuss countermeasures against the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, on the evening of Mar. 15. The meeting was proposed by Canada.
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