Beyond the quarantine fiasco
While the mismanagement of the hotel quarantine in Melbourne has been in the news, a more basic point has been missed: that a quarantine is not appropriate for SARS-CoV-2.
Before President Xi Jinping of China invented lockdowns and quarantines, such measures had been carefully considered and rejected by the science.
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