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Governments might refuse to acknowledge the devastation of lockdown, but the top end of town is talking

4 August 2021

12:30 PM

4 August 2021

12:30 PM

One would be hard-pressed to find many silver linings as millions of Australians endured further lockdowns in July, but the admission by many business leaders and commentators that Australia’s response to coronavirus has caused enormous harm cannot be seen any other way.  

“Repeated lockdowns will have devastating long-term effects on physical health, mental health, education, social wellbeing and the economy.

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