Singapore fared somewhat better?
Would be interesting to qualify that a bit.
How much better? How much did they have to spend per life saved (or more importantly, per QALY)
How much did they waste by forcing people to isolate just for being near someone who tested positive? (in lost economic activity)
What did they do differently compared to say the UK, where we spaffed £37 B on Test and Trace for very little return?
It seems to be a balancing act, and most countries seemed to spend a great deal for very little return (if any?)