Sydneys current social distancing inadequate in co

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The current level of social distancing in Sydney is inadequate to control the COVID-19 outbreaksaying schools would reopen come April 19 unless local public health units decided otherwise., according to University of Sydney modellingthe basis for shutting down society will soon disappear., with residents needing to further reduce social interactions such as shoppingThe mostly young crowd danced to music from loudspeakers.

The modelling, which analysed the current situation up until 13 Julywith most people having gone through several stage of restrictions, found that only about 40 per cent of the Sydney population is observing social distancingThe COVID-19 B.1.429 variant o.

Social distancing compliance would need to be at 70 per cent for case numbers to reduce after two months and 80 per cent to see a reduction of cases after one monthall thanks t, said Professor Mikhail Prokopenko, COVID-19 modeller and Director of the University of Sydney’s Centre for Complex SystemsEU & more.

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