What Covid-19 Lessons Can South Korea Teach Us?
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FEATURING CHRISTINE AHN – While the novel coronavirus has infected millions of people worldwide and is seen as a great equalizer, a few nations have succeeded far better than most at controlling the virus. New Zealand and South Korea are the two most prominent examples of the Covid-19 success stories. On tomorrow’s show we’ll go to New Zealand to see what they did right. Today we examine South Korea and President Moon Jae In’s approach to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Read Christine Ahn’s article HERE.
Christine Ahn, founder and International Coordinator of Women Cross DMZ, a global movement of women mobilizing to end the Korean War. She recently wrote an article entitled, “South Korea Is a Model for Combatting COVID-19, It Should Now Take the Lead in Diplomacy With North Korea.”