Aug 24, 2020
What lessons have NSW and Queensland learned from Victoria?
Play episode · 11 min
Queensland health authorities say they're worried by the growing number of coronavirus cases in the state, and are recommending people wear facemasks.

In NSW, authorities say the virus is lurking in parts of Sydney and are urging people to get tested.

Both states have so far kept cases low, no doubt looking south to Victoria for an example as to what happens if it gets out of control.

So what other lessons have NSW and Queensland learnt from Victoria?

On today's show:

* Can you please, please, please talk a bit about NSW? Case numbers are rising, restrictions are being added and I feel lost and confused.

* You have said many times that Victoria isn't being transparent. Can you explain why you say that?

* Can you clarify if the vaccines that are being developed are live vaccines?

And Norman has some news about the way the Oxford vaccine (assuming it's proven safe and effective) will have to be transported, and why it's so different from other vaccines.
More episodes
Clear search
Close search
Google apps
Main menu