6 people have died from coronavirus in Taiwan.
20,577 have died so far from coronavirus in the United States.
Life in Taiwan is currently “pretty much the same” as it was before the coronavirus. Far from being a “doomsday virus,” Taiwan’s defenses were more than adequate to deal with the long anticipated public health threat of a resurgence of SARS. Taiwan treated the threat with the utmost seriousness. Unlike Donald Trump, the president of Taiwan wasn’t advised by an inner circle of Jewish private equity titans and hedge fund managers to “ride it out” and treat it as “just the flu.”
In December, Taiwan warned the WHO about the coronavirus outbreak in China and based on its own intelligence started screening inbound flights from Wuhan. In February, the health minister in Taiwan broke down in tears when reporting the 11th confirmed case in the country. Foreigners were banned from entering Taiwan on March 19. Taiwan peaked on March 30 when 2 people died of coronavirus.
Taiwan isn’t burdened with an incompetent liberal elite, a media that has lost credibility, market fetishists or a bunch of crackpot conspiracy theorists who reject science.
Look at what Taiwan has done and ask the obvious question: why couldn’t our incompetent government control our borders?