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WA coronavirus cases will likely end in snap lockdown, Chief Health Officer warns – ABC News

The “hard and fast” snap lockdown used to manage COVID-19 outbreaks in other states is the “likely outcome” if WA were to also experience an outbreak, the state’s…

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The “hard and fast” snap lockdown used to manage COVID-19 outbreaks in other states is the “likely outcome” if WA were to also experience an outbreak, the state’s Chief Health Officer Andrew Robertson says.
Key points:

  • Greater Brisbane has just emerged from a three-day lockdown
  • WA’s Chief Health Officer says it seems to have “worked well”
  • Andrew Robertson also says he is not being “muzzled or hidden away”

Dr Robertson said there appeared to be a “very good rationale” for cities to impose hard, snap…

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