Vietnam has a very low number of Covid-19 cases.
If I remember it correctly, back in around March-April while talking to a Vietnamese friend, she told me that they didn't have any deaths and around a couple hundred cases. Checking it today again, there are a little over a thousand cases and 35 deaths.
I tried reading online but could not understand how did they achieve so low numbers and low growth rate.
What is Vietnam's Covid-19 strategy? What did they do to control it?
Why aren't other nations following their strategy?
Edit: I want to clarify why I asked specifically about Vietnam. Vietnam is near China. And many Vietnamese work in China and also other countries. I could be wrong if I compare Vietnam with other nations regarding this but this is what I felt before asking this.