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Case Study of New Taipei's Approach to Reopening

Taiwan has received international praise for their response to the COVID-19 pandemic and ability to contain cases. New Taipei, Taiwan’s largest city with 4 million residents, is leading the way in the post-pandemic era by setting the global standards for the “new normal” as an inclusive and resilient city. This webinar will bring together policy makers, senior health officers, and strategic partners from the Bay Area and New Taipei to discuss strategies and practices in the reopening phase to allow for smooth and safe transitions.

Thursday, June 18th, 2020 from 7pm-8:30pm

Register via WebEx:

Panel Topics

  • Emergency Command Operations & City Governance: decision-making and community outreach

  • Education: supporting students, parents, and teachers in childcare and school

  • Economic Stimulus: bailout packages for small businesses

  • Transitioning from Prevention to Post-Pandemic Recovery

  • The Shadow Pandemic: systems for supporting women and vulnerable populations

Learn more about the speakers:

New Taipei City Government & Co-hosts

Bay Area Community Health Advisory Council (BACHAC) is a grassroots community health organization working to eliminate health disparities in diverse communities across generations through health education, resources and advocacy. 

Organization of Chinese Americans, San Mateo Chapter is an affiliate of the national nonpartisan, civil rights advocacy and educational nonprofit OCA Advocates dedicated to advancing the social, political and economic well being of Americans of Chinese and Asian descent.

San Mateo Area Chamber of Commerce is a network of hundreds of member businesses employing more than 20,000 workers. The Chamber provides tools and resources for business owners to start, grow, and succeed.

San Mateo County Asian Pacific Islander Caucus is a nonpartisan civic education and engagement nonprofit and a Political Action Committee that supports the API community in San Mateo County.

San Mateo County Economic Development Association (SAMCEDA) has been a leading voice for the economic engine that is San Mateo County. SAMCEDA believes in the power of a strong economy driven by an appreciation of what that engine provides to our ecosystem on the Peninsula.

Thrive, The Alliance of Nonprofits for San Mateo County is a trusted network of 200+ nonprofits, government entities, foundations, businesses, and community leaders with a shared commitment to strengthening the nonprofit sector.


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