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Using military language and presence might not be the best approach to COVID and public health

By Stuart Ralph, Associate Professor and malaria researcher, The University of Melbourne
Mark Stoové, Head of HIV/STI research, Burnet Institute
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As troops enforce Sydney’s lockdown, two experts explain why using military rhetoric and personnel may undermine efforts to control the virus, especially among communities most vulnerable to COVID.

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