The Taiwanese "E-mask" system that The rumored IT minister in Taiwan, 38-year-old Mr. Audrey Tan was one of the organizer was too great.
Recently, I've been doing a lot of research on the coronavirus (COVID-19),
so I wonder, "Why Taiwan's corona measures are so successful?"
I remembered the "E-mask" system I saw in the news before.
In Taiwan, all the mask factories are managed by the government and purchase restrictions are set.
They have developed an application that allows to check the number of masks in stock at each store in real time.
The system allows people to purchase up to 9 tickets (about 200 yen) in 2 weeks if they make a reservation on the website and receive it at a convenience store etc.
As a result, there is no need to line up to buy masks, they are never buying up, and also they can be supplied with peace of mind.
It's a wonderful system.
I think the economic scale and population are different, but if the Japanese government has time to say "3 secrets" or "let's wear a mask," I would like you to do this.
There are really no masks in town.
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