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The problem with coronavirus in hospitals isn't just a Victorian one

Coronacast 7 de septiembre de 2020 18


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Over the past few days, a number of worrying COVID-19 infections have popped up in hospitals in Queensland and New South Wales.

While the problem with infections in the healthcare sector in Victoria is well known, hospital outbreaks in other states are a warning sign that things aren’t quite right.

So are hospitals in Victoria any more susceptible to coronavirus outbreaks, or is it potentially a problem across the country?

On today’s show:

* Are coronavirus infection problems specific to Victoria?

* How much time does Norman Swan spend researching coronavirus?

* And we’ve had loads of questions about the rising number of daily cases in Europe. Why are cases going up now? Why isn’t the death rate going up as much as during the first wave?

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