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Why are we still waiting for travel bubbles?

Coronacast 14 de diciembre de 2020 11

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A New Zealand-Australia travel bubble is a step closer after New Zealand’s Cabinet agreed in principle to establish a bubble with Australia early next year.

Australia already accepts New Zealand travellers without forcing hotel quarantine.

And despite hotel quarantine outbreaks in South Australia and NSW, Australia has kept community transmission cases very low.

So what could be the hold up in creating a New Zealand Australian travel bubble?

Well on today’s Coronacast, we can look to sexually transmitted infections for a possible answer.

Also on today’s show:

* mRNA vaccines fiddle with genetics, does that mean it could cause cancer?

* Social distancing has suppressed many viruses, but my son in kindergarten has just had his 10th cold. Are we doing something wrong?

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