Women all over the country — and world — took to the streets on Saturday for the second annual Women's March. President Trump tweeted it's a "perfect day for all Women to March" in celebration of the last year's "unprecedented economic success."

People gather at the Lincoln Memorial reflecting pool to rally before the Women's March. Photo: Alex Wroblewski / Getty Images
The crowd lines up near Central Park before the beginning of the Women's March. Photo: Stephanie Keith / Getty Images
Thousands hold signs and rally in New York. Photo: Spencer Platt / Getty Images
The Women's March in Park City, Utah. Photo: ANGELA WEISS / AFP / Getty Images
Supporters attend the Second Annual Women's March Chicago. Photo: JIM YOUNG / AFP / Getty Images
The Women's March in Washington. Photo: ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS / AFP / Getty Images
Per Axios' Ina Fried who is in Munich, Germany: "Dozens of people marched in Munich to the central Marienplatz carrying signs wearing pink hats and singing “this land is your land."
Women demonstrate against sexual harassment, violence and U.S. President Donald Trump in solidarity with American women in Rome, Italy. Photo: Andrea Ronchini / NurPhoto via Getty Images

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Catholics go through containment protocols including body-temperature measurement and hands-sanitisation before entering the Saint Christopher Parish Church, Taipei City, Taiwan, in July. Photo: Ceng Shou Yi/NurPhoto via Getty Images

Taiwan on Thursday marked no locally transmitted coronavirus cases for 200 days, as the island of 23 million people's total number of infections reported stands at 550 and the COVID-19 death toll at seven.

Why it matters: Nowhere else in the world has reached such a milestone. While COVID-19 cases surge across the U.S. and Europe, Taiwan's last locally transmitted case was on April 12. Experts credit tightly regulated travel, early border closure, "rigorous contact tracing, technology-enforced quarantine and universal mask wearing," along with the island state's previous experience with the SARS virus, per Bloomberg.

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