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How can we safely reopen international borders?

Coronacast 30 de septiembre de 2020 13

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As the number of COVID cases continues to drop in Australia, there’s suddenly a whole lot more talk again about travel bubbles and increasing international arrivals from «safe» coronavirus countries.

The Prime Minister Scott Morrison is talking up an idea to let travellers from countries where there are low caseloads do their 14 days quarantine at home rather than in a hotel.

While mismanagement of the hotel quarantine system in Victoria led to a large outbreak, in other states and territories it has protected the country.

So how could we safely reopen international borders?

Also on today’s show:

* What’s the latest with healthcare worker statistics in Victoria?

* My husband is still convinced that flu has a higher mortality rate than COVID-19

* Is there any news on how successful or not the Russian vaccine has been?

And Norman has some interesting research about cats and dogs and if they can get coronavirus.

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