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Yes, we're flattening the coronavirus curve but modelling needs to inform how we start easing restrictions

  • Written by Tony Blakely, Professor of Epidemiology, University of Melbourne

Australia is on track to flatten the curve of coronavirus cases, which will allow our health system to cope with increasing demand for intensive care unit (ICU) beds, recently released modelling confirms.

The modelling, produced by the Doherty Institute, was delivered to government in February but only released publicly yesterday....

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