Thought it would be interesting to share how my country (Vietnam) has been handling the virus. We have a long border with China btw.Taking advantage of the Lunar New Year holiday, all schools have been closed nationwide as an extension to that period since the situation was mainly within China. We had single-digit confirmed cases at the time, all imported from Wuhan. Since then, every cases, either suspected or confirmed, have been tracked down almost entirely and thoroughly. We took into account not only Patient Zero, but also their F1, F2 and even F3 if necessary and sent them into a 14-days quarantine.The infected number rose to 16 during Feb, then stopped there for 22-continuous-day, all cured, 4 days before meeting the free-of-epidemic declaration requirement. People were starting to get upset as business was affected and going around saying things like "overreactions, bla bla,..."Until number 17 showed up, on Mar 5. Returned from Europe since Mar 2, she had previously avoided quarantine by flying home from Britain as opposed to Italy after Milan Fashion Week. She then proceeded to self-isolate at home in Hanoi with symptoms getting more and more serious before heading out to a private clinic, then eventually being sent to a national hospital where she was tested positive for the virus. The whole country figuratively exploded, that night. Everyone was raging and furious. The local authority stayed up all night to track down every related individual: the flight crews and passengers, the private clinic, the family,... The whole district was on lockdown. The number of cases, unsurprisingly, have been on the rise since then. We then found other sources of infection, coming from places we didn't think of before. We thought we were safe. The current cases are 53, no death, and the number of people in quarantine are over 25,000. Talk about overdoing stuff. The government also just announced closure of all entertainment facilities, including cinemas, in the biggest city (Ho Chi Minh City) since Mar 15 as well as travel ban from infected countries, except people with Vietnamese nationality which will follow mandatory quarantine for 14 days.Green: ChinaYellow: BritainBrown: KoreaPurple: America*oh, and we don't stock up toilet paper either, thanks, bum gun.