With more tech-enabled health services and initiatives being implemented to meet the requirements of the population, Singaporeans feel more at ease when it comes to their well being.
The University of Sydney announced that is part of the NSW government's first-of-its-kind $96 million pilot facility which will include laboratories and pre-clinical trial spaces to enable early-stage RNA-based drug development.
With the dramatic growth in medical and other digital technologies, the Philippine government has pushed the healthcare sectors to use cutting edge medical devices to improve citizens' health and health care facilities.
Indonesia's government is committed to ramp-up whole genome sequencing and other bioresearch to discover new variants and produce vaccines which will be facilitated by the newly developed genomic research centre.
To restructure the economy after the COVID-19 pandemic, Taiwan focused on six key strategic industries including cybersecurity, precision healthcare and national defence and strategy by leveraging AI, IoT, cloud and 5G.
Singapore is the world's second most automated country in terms of robotic development and the recent deployment of disinfection robots to health care to help mitigate COVID-19 is another feather in its cap.
Tech empowered vaccination programmes will play a vital role in preparing people to join the workforce which will accelerate the country's economic growth despite these challenges.
Quang Ninh leads in the application of technology to fight COVID-19 in the country with plans to implement AI-based solutions, QR code scanning and camera systems to improve security and reduce transmission.
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