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Can Australia escape its Covid lockdown cycle?

10 August 2021

8:35 AM

10 August 2021

8:35 AM

In the early days of the pandemic, Australia was the envy of the world. The country was lauded as a model of how to handle the virus. Australian states recorded few cases; and when there were outbreaks, authorities brought them under control quickly.

All that has changed. Now, well into the second half of 2021, Australia is losing its grip on the virus.

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