Seeing this, many people should say that the author wants to please both sides of the wall. In fact, the author wants to please more than the industry and consumers. If you have good suggestions, you can please the medical community, government agencies, and the majority of the public at the same time, that is, why not do things that are good for everyone? I'm just afraid that I can't do anything about it.
Criticizing those who please both sides should be that the two sides of the incident are completely hostile, and what is good to you is not good photo retouching to me; Taiwan's political issues have become antagonistic, making the problem worse, and other social issues will also be the same if they are also opposed to thinking; although the insurance industry There are many conflicting interests with consumers, and insurance operations and epidemic prevention operations also have mutual influences, but there are still places where there is mutual benefit.
Therefore, putting aside the standard and opposing thinking, and thinking towards the mutual aid and mutual benefit of "being good to you, I will be good to myself" can solve the problem. 1 2 » Read the full text Don't want to paginate? Try our new service you may also like If COVID-19 is reduced to Category 4 statutory infectious disease in July, will epidemic prevention insurance claims be discounted? FSC responds at 3:00 Questions and answers on the top 10 rights of the epidemic prevention policy: