COVID-19

嚴重特殊傳染性肺炎(英語:Coronavirus disease 2019,縮寫:COVID-19),是一種由嚴重急性呼吸道症候群冠狀病毒2型(縮寫:SARS-CoV-2)引發的傳染病,導致了一場持續的疫情,成為人類歷史上致死人數最多的流行病之一。 --來自 維基百科


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2021/07/30 | TNL Research

Which game console is the winner in the pandemic?

Which game console is the winner in the pandemic? COVID-19 pandemic boosted the game market. The series survey of game players this year includes an overview of players' preference in January, players’ payment intention in March, and the potential of AR & VR game market growth in May.

2021/07/29 | Deutsche Welle

Indonesia: Indigenous Groups Face Covid Vaccine Barriers

Just under 1% of Indonesia's 17 million Indigenous people have been vaccinated. Bureaucratic and geographical obstacles are to blame for the low rate of inoculation.

2021/07/28 | Voice of America

Thailand Considers Cap on Vaccine Exports as Covid Cases Surge

An export cap could disrupt vaccine rollout in neighbor countries amid their own Covid spikes, health experts say.

2021/07/19 | Voice of America

Covid Vaccination Rate ‘Must Increase Rapidly’, WHO, Red Cross Warn

WHO warns that global vaccination efforts need to be stepped up as Myanmar experiences ‘crippling Covid-19 crisis’

2021/07/16 | Deutsche Welle

Fact Check: Do Covid Vaccines Protect Against the Delta Variant?

In the United Kingdom, people have died of the delta variant despite being vaccinated. Are existing Covid-19 vaccines still effective? A look at the facts shows: Yes, complete vaccinations still protect against delta.

2021/07/08 | Coco Dollanganger

How Musicians in the Philippines Are Surviving the Pandemic

During the pandemic, musicians in the Philippines who depend on live performances for their livelihoods are struggling, but some say they are writing more songs and engaging more with their fans.

2021/07/08 | The Conversation

Cultural Sensitivity or Censorship? Lecturers Are Finding It Difficult to Talk About China in Class

In a globalized world, educators are expected to be culturally sensitive and inclusive, but what if this leads to self-censorship?

2021/07/07 | Voice of America

North Korea Faces Worsening Economic Woes Amid Covid Lockdown

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un recently acknowledged food shortages, comparing situation to devastating 1990s famine.

2021/07/02 | Voice of America

Cambodia Backs Vaccinations as Covid-19 Case Load Soars

After an outbreak earlier this year, Cambodia's drive to implement a vaccination program gathers pace amid hopes for herd immunity by year-end.

2021/06/24 | Bryan Chou

Lithuania’s Vaccine Donation Sparks a Shopping Spree in Taiwan

Taiwanese people thanked Lithuania for the donation of Covid-19 vaccine by buying Lithuanian chocolate and beer. Some proposed visiting the Baltic country after the pandemic.

2021/06/24 | Deutsche Welle

Indonesia: Covid Cases Surge as ‘Pandemic Fatigue’ Sets In

As the government struggles to speed up its vaccination drive and ensure public adherence to hygiene and social distancing measures, the rapid spread of the virus threatens to overwhelm Indonesia’s health system.

2021/06/23 | TNL Staff

Taiwan’s Level 3 Covid-19 Restrictions Extended for Two More Weeks

“The situation has been improving, but the criteria for moving to a lower level of alert have not been met yet,” Chen said.

2021/06/22 | TNL Staff

Taiwan’s Covid-19 Vaccination Tracker

See how vaccinations are going in your city or county in Taiwan

2021/06/10 | Joe Henley

The Miaoli Lockdown and Taiwan’s Migrant Worker Apartheid

The Miaoli lockdown is an extension of what the system of laws pertaining to Taiwan’s migrant workforce has always been — a set of rules which amount to legalized oppression and legislatively-backed racism.

2021/06/07 | Rath Wang

The Ocean-Wide Quarantine Approaches in Japan and Taiwan

The way Japan and Taiwan manage their quarantine on arrival systems is marked by difference.

2021/06/07 | Bryan Chou

Foreign Professionals Are Leaving Taiwan. Just Don’t Accuse Them of Fleeing Covid-19.

Some gold card holders are leaving Taiwan to avoid restrictions on life and work from Covid-19. Others are returning home for vaccination.

2021/06/02 | Jonathan Hum

How Taiwan’s Cram Schools Have Struggled to Adapt

When Taiwan went on semi-lockdown, many cram schools moved to remote learning. The process, many teachers report, has not been as smooth as it could have been.