The timing of Sydney’s Croydon coronavirus cluster five days, or one average incubation period, after Christmas begs an uncomfortable question.
- The Croydon cluster emerged five days after Christmas during a slight easing of restrictions
- Epidemiologist Mary-Louise McLaws believes Christmas should have been subject to stronger restrictions
- All of Greater Sydney should be locked down for two weeks, Dr Norman Swan believes
The city enjoyed a slight three-day easing of COVID-19 restrictions…