Queensland undergoing a big shift in how it approaches COVID-19 | 7.30

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One of the most scrutinised roles during the pandemic has been that of the state and territory chief health officers, who went from being largely unknown figures to household names. In Queensland the departure of former Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young has coincided with major changes to the state’s COVID strategy, as Michael Atkin reports.

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