Response to COVID-19 in Taiwan: Big Data Analytics, New Technology, and Proactive Testing.

  title={Response to COVID-19 in Taiwan: Big Data Analytics, New Technology, and Proactive Testing.},
  author={C Jason Wang and Chun Yin Ng and Robert Henry Brook},
COVID-19 occurred just before the Lunar New Year during which time millions of Chinese and Taiwanese were expected to travel for the holidays Taiwan quickly mobilized and instituted specific approaches for case identification, containment, and resource allocation to protect the public health Taiwan enhanced COVID-19 case finding by proactively seeking out patients with severe respiratory symptoms (based on information from the National Health Insurance [NHI] database) who had tested negative… 
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