Taiwan’s Covid-19 Story

It’s 2023 (as least as I type this) and for most people Covid-19 is little more than a painful memory. The virus isn’t gone and infections still occur, but the existential threat compounded by the ridiculous levels of hygiene theatre that turned the experience in an exercise in virtue-signaling is finally over. People are able to once again breathe easy and get back to living their lives. Yet some things linger

Mask mandate eased in December 2022
17th April 2023 Response to ending public transport mask mandate
The Minister of Health and Welfare won’t recognise mental health issues
Taiwan universities recognise mental health

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