Melbourne's 2nd worst day. Are lockdowns working?
Melbourne recorded its second worst day yesterday with 374 new cases of coronavirus.
It's also been nearly two weeks since the city-wide lockdown was reimposed, but as yet there has been no reduction in new cases and it's unclear whether the curve is flattening.
Restrictions seemed to work a lot faster the first time, so what’s going on?
And you asked for it: we have Norman's explanation and breakdown of the promising results of the Oxford University coronavirus vaccine.
On today's show:
* Shouldn't we be seeing a reduction in new Melbourne cases by now?
* Is it time to impose tighter restrictions?
* Why are we not being advised to soak reusable face masks in ethanol?
* I'm a mask newbie. I experienced a suffocating feeling, like I was in a stuffy room with humid stale air. Do you have any advice?
And you have some comments about not inhaling scotchgard, questions about if we're anti-Queensland because we forgot to mention them yesterday and was Norman grumpy on Monday.