Why Taiwan is the “Role Model” you could follow in the COVID-19 crisis?
·Taiwan-based SAG in normal operation
SAG, your RFID transponder solution provider in Taiwan, would like to send you our concerns with your health and safety under the coronavirus pandemic. Though the public health issue poses a threat to the society, there is not much change to the Taiwanese people in life, work and schooling. So far, there are fewer than 400 reported cases when we were presumed to be the second worst hit countries in the world just because we are close neighbor to China.
·Taiwan becomes a role model from lessons from SARS
How we contain the widespread has been headlines in many presses and media (see below news link). However, it is not miracle or luck. Taiwan, severely attacked by SARS in 2003, has learned the lessons and taken all necessary measures to mitigate the risks when facing the new crisis. Yes, we had been through the worst situations, so our government “plans ahead” this time and monitors every potential loophole.
·Do the things right
For example, wearing face mask is an effective way to prevent you from contracting the airborne disease. To keep up with the booming demand on masks, our government assembles a team of manufacturers specializing in automation and the production line was set and ready just within days. Also, a smart phone app developed by National Health Institute provides a convenient way to buy masks. And all Taiwan citizens are covered by the National Health Insurance. With all these measures and social welfare, we can overcome this hardship.
All in all, Taiwan CDC has the following advices for you to follow.
*Wear surgical masks when coughing or sneezing
*Avoid crowded places, including hospitals
*Avoid unnecessary overseas travel
We all wish you in good health and safety
SAG is granted as NXP Advanced Partner, SONY Green Partner, Arsenal-certified and CQM card manufacturer, ISO 9001:2015 , ISO 13485 and IECQ QC080000. We also join global alliances such as RAIN RFID, and NFC Forum to join conferences and exhibitions to team up with others in the RFID community to make all things connected.