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Are we just going to have to get used to dealing with outbreaks?

Coronacast 15 de octubre de 2020 14


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In recent days both NSW and Victoria have recorded very similar numbers of locally transmitted coronavirus cases.

NSW is dealing with an outbreak at a doctor’s clinic, and Victoria is dealing with an outbreak in Shepparton.

So it seems unlikely Australia’s two largest states will be able to get to zero community spread at least in the short term.

So as health authorities deal with outbreaks, is this just the new normal and what does that mean for those states that are currently more or less coronavirus-free?

On today’s show:

* Is what is happening in NSW something we have to get used to?

* If a person who has the virus uses a toilet does the next person inhale the virus spray when the toilet is flushed?

And it’s Quick Fire Friday:

* Has any other state or country actively knocked back 700+ daily cases to 5 or so like Victoria has succeeded in doing?

* Are some older people asymptomatic or is it just young people?

* You’ve previously mentioned that the coronavirus started with a person getting it from a bat. Is that really true?

* Why is it not mandatory to wear masks on flights?

* Can the coronavirus test nose swab damage the internal walls of your nose?

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