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COVID-19, testing time for resilience: In recovering from COVID-19: Korean experience

Source(s):  Korea, Republic of - government

This is a lessons-learned guide prepared by the Government of Korea on handling the challenges linked to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The guides analyses the below main points:

  1. In response to economic challenges, the Korean government focus on three areas in terms of international economic cooperation amid the pandemic.
  2. In response to education challenges, the Korean government has provided online content to enable students to continue learning.
  3. Korea became the only country that held a general election during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  4. In response to working and business challenges, the government implemented three-shift remote work.
  5. Korea was successful in slowing down the COVID-19 transmission utilizing digital technology and without strict border control or movement restrictions.
  6. The Korean government was able to successfully tackle the panic buying phenomenon.
  7. COVID-19 was also a big testing time for military services.



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  • COVID-19, testing time for resilience: In recovering from COVID-19: Korean experience
  • Publication date 2020
  • Number of pages 134 p.

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