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Even with a vaccine, we need to adjust to playing COVID-19 long game – Sydney Morning Herald

How long will people continue to comply with the measures necessary to overcome the virus as complacency and fatigue set in?



Are these isolated cases, or signs of an increasingly exhausted public growing less tolerant of restrictions with the knowledge of vaccines on the way?
And could this kind of complacency could cost us the war against the virus?
The importance of psychology to winning the war
The absence of medical science would surely lose us the war against COVID-19. But psychology is no doubt equally important if were going to win it.
What ultimately stops a highly infectious disease is peoples compliance with…

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Sue Gilroy