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Record numbers in Melbourne. What happened to stability?

Coronacast 16 de julio de 2020 12


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There’s been a record number of new daily cases of coronavirus in Melbourne, just days after health authorities were hoping numbers had stabilised.

It’s now more than a week since Melbourne went into lockdown, but so far there’s been no sign the massive outbreak is being suppressed.

And the numbers are also growing in NSW, where authorities are saying the incubation period of the virus could be as low as a day.

On today’s show:

* What do authorities mean by «stability»? Could they know more than they’re saying?

* NSW authorities say the incubation period of the virus could be a day. What does that mean?

* I work at an outdoor grocer. How do I wear a mask for a eight hours?

* What does Norman think about loads of people going to the AFL in WA?

And we have some research on a really interesting study about how well masks worked at a salon in America.

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