The tragic reality of so many people being infected with coronavirus over the past month has started to play out in Victoria. Yesterday a record number of Victorians died of coronavirus in a single day. So while the number of daily cases seems to have started to fall, when will the death rate also start to go down? On today's show: * It seems that while new daily cases have started to fall, sadly the death rate is up. Why are we only seeing it now? * NSW says it's halfway through its critical phase. What does that mean? * How did New Zealand get to zero spread? * Does Australia still have a chance to get there? * How are vaccines distributed in pandemics? Who gets it first? And Norman has a correction and clarification from comments in a previous episode about swine flu and Victoria.