"We need to have conversations and humanity" - Dr Andrés Noé Explains COVID Recovery
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The pandemic is once again the force that is driving most of the stories on the front pages, and there's plenty at stake for politicians, businesses, and citizens alike.

In this mini-series of MA Explains... we're exploring the different factors in the COVID recovery process.

Today's guest is Dr Andrés Noé. He's a medical doctor, a Rhodes scholar and one of the clinicians involved with the development and trialing of the AstraZeneca vaccine.

As well as vast experiences working on malaria and malaria vaccines, Noé has also spent a decade focused on the health and wellbeing of children and adolescents. He has now developed high-level COVID-19 expertise via various projects, and led contact tracing teams in the UK. He is currently working at The Royal Melbourne Hospital.

Topics discussed in this episode:

  • What can Australians expect in the next 12 months?
  • How has the COVID response in Australia differed to the UK response?
  • Why does vaccine hesitancy occur and how do we approach it?

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Hosts: Jack Banister, Michelson Alexander Head of Content & Shannon Gill, Michelson Alexander Senior Associate
Guest: Dr Andrés Noé
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