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Australia’s 10,000 deaths and the paradox of ‘Covid normal’

The country has fared better than others – but those on the frontline are still wrestling with the agony of the coronavirus pandemic

In August 2020, staff at the Menarock Rosehill aged care facility in Melbourne told Kam Atkins that his 92-year-old mother had contracted Covid and was very unwell.

But they could not tell him where she was.

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