Is it too soon to look ahead to a post-covid future? | The World

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In the early days of the pandemic, Australia and New Zealand were often held up as examples of places that got the response right. Microbiologist and associate professor at the University of Auckland Dr. Siouxsie Wiles chats to The World about whether that’s still the case, and if it’s still too soon to be looking to a post-covid future.

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