Low vaccination rates in Southeast Asia to jeopardize manufacturing productivity well into 2022Everstream Team
October 18, 2021
Although daily COVID-19 cases remain at high levels across many countries in Southeast Asia, including Thailand, Vietnam, and Malaysia, there has been a growing shift from containing the virus to mitigating the economic fallout from the lockdowns. That means a bigger focus on opening up the economy as well as on severe COVID-19 cases rather than on curbing the rate of daily infections, which have come down from record highs in August and September.
This Everstream report analyzes the COVID-19-related lockdown measures in 2020 and 2021 in Thailand, Malaysia, and Vietnam, and it explores the impact of previous and ongoing lockdowns on industrial supply chains, including sectors ranging from automotive and semiconductors to healthcare and apparels.
- Analysis of COVID-19 related lockdown measures in Southeast Asia and the affected sectors
- Overview of shifting mitigation strategies
- Discussion of impacts on industrial supply chains and the road to normalization
- Everstream Analytics recommendations utilizing predictive analytics and Network Visibility