COVID-19: No sign of a second wave in Asia despite recent reports and restrictions

For the watching world, China has been the test case of how to manage a COVID-19 outbreak. Now that the infection curve is flattening in China, steps are being taken to return cautiously to normality, albeit a new form of normality. International media reports on 1 and 2 April noted tighter restrictions against the spread of COVID-19 in several East Asian countries where infection curves are relatively stable, particularly China.


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