Why are the only options ‘pushing through’ or ‘locking down’? Why can’t we provide high quality well fitted masks for free? Why can’t we focus on clean safe indoor air? Why can’t we provide free rapid antigen tests? Why can’t we use public health measures to reduce spread?
Professor Nancy Baxter, Head of the School of Population and Global Health at the University of Melbourne
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