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KCI등재 학술저널

Comparative Analysis of COVID-19 Pandemic Response

The purpose of this study is to compare and analyze the responses to the COVID-19 among Korea, USA, Japan, Germany, and France. To compare responses to COVID-19, five criteria were adopted: disaster relief funds, social distancing and wearing masks, overseas arrivals, vaccination, and school and student quarantine. The results was summarized and presented as follows. First, most countries provided disaster relief funds and extended national and local tax payment deadlines. Second, most countries have guidelines for a safe distance to be 1~2m, and wearing a mask is mandatory. Third, the complete vaccination rates of each country shows that USA is 58.7%, Korea 77.2%, Japan 75.2%, France 68.7%, and Germany 67.4%. Fourth, all countries imposed entry bans from China, and the behavioral restrictions were relaxed to allow entry with confirmation of vaccination. Fifth, most countries had "online platforms", "take-home packages", "televisions", "cell phones" and "radios" during school closures.”

Introduction

Theoretical Review

Analysis of Responses to COVID-19

Summary: Comparison and Implications

Conclusion

Acknowledgement

References

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