Taipei – After more than 200 million infections and over 4 million deaths and counting, the COVID-19 pandemic has raged across the globe.
This has created a profoundly devastating socioeconomic impact on our interconnected world, with virtually no countries spared. The pandemic has disrupted global trade, exacerbated poverty, impeded education and compromised gender equality, with middle to low income nations bearing the brunt of the burden.
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