Why has Australia switched tack on Covid zero?

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The government’s modelling, prepared by the Doherty Institute, estimates that re-opening at 70% could lead to 13 deaths in six months – provided testing and tracing is at its peak. But that could rise to 1,500 if there are lesser health measures, the projection says.