Review led by Peter Shergold finds some lockdowns and border closures were not necessary and schools should have remained open
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Australia’s Covid-19 response failed the nation’s most vulnerable people and in many cases amounted to overreach, according to a new report.
The report, Fault lines: an independent review into Australia’s response to Covid-19, led by former public servant Peter Shergold, also found some lockdowns and border closures were not necessary and schools should have remained open.
Read the original article at The Guardian