Opinion

Australia's coronavirus response: four successes and failures

By Stephen Duckett, Anika Stobart
Updated June 4 2020 - 7:58am, first published 12:20am
Laverty pathology area coordinator Ann Deniz testing for coronavirus in Canberra. Picture: Karleen Minney

Australia's response to the coronavirus outbreak so far has been among the most successful in the world. From a peak of more than 400 cases a day, the rate has fallen to fewer than 20 new cases a day.

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