This is definitely a good example. Especially since Taiwan had (as I recall) 2+ million people that regularly traveled back and forth to China. 7 deaths in ~24 million population. (How is that even possible?)
Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea - have done a great job. New Zealand, 22 deaths with 5 million population, Australia - 102 deaths, 25+million people - these are success stories.
Germany too - more of an equal comparison with other big, western countries. 8701 deaths and ~84 million people. Deaths were taking off in late March and they didn’t act as quickly as they could have, with hindsight, but they’ve done very well since.
Shout-out to the United Arab Emirates, 2,145,493 tests with a population a little under 10 million.