‘We are very, very fortunate’: Epidemiologist on Sydney’s COVID-19 cases | ABC News

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    Professor Mary Louise McLaws is an epidemiologist and an advisor to the World Health Organization.

    She spoke to ABC News about Sydney’s two coronavirus cases, the adoption of vaccine passports and Australia’s travel ban with India.

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