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Ending mandatory isolation does not mean Covid is over. But we need to move beyond short-term fixes | Catherine Bennett

The virus is here to stay and we have to find sustainable ways of managing it for the long haul

Changes in Covid-19 policy settings always invoke mixed reactions, and the national cabinet decision to stop isolation requirements for most people is one of the more substantial announcements since the opening of international borders, and the end to supervised quarantine.

Some of us have felt protected by rules, others frustrated by them, while the majority probably sit somewhere in the middle – being reassured that they were there when needed, and relieved when we can ease them safely.

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