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This comparative analysis presents important lessons to be learnt from the experiences of these countries and regions.
Japan, Germany, South Korea, and, in some cases, the UK are lifting or reimposing restrictions on the basis of epidemiological thresholds.
Singapore, South Korea, and Germany started with graduating students attending high schools (eg, aged approximately 15–18 years) to minimise disruption to education.
52 Choi SHan CLee JKim SIKim IB Innovative screening tests for COVID-19 in South Korea.
In the spirit of international collaboration, this Health Policy paper has presented lessons that can be learnt from nine countries and regions about the complex and challenging task of easing COVID-19 restrictions.