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Victoria’s poor contact tracing during second Covid wave ‘cost lives’, report finds – The Guardian

Parliamentary inquiry says state health department should have moved faster to communicate with multicultural communities

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VictoriaParliamentary inquiry says state health department should have moved faster to communicate with multicultural communities
Victorias world-class contact tracing systems now in place could have been established before the states second wave of coronavirus if the health department had been less defensive and listened to advice earlier, a parliamentary committee has found.
The states upper house inquiry report, released on Monday, also found that the department should have moved faster to communicate…

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