A taskforce convened by the University of Sydney recommends that Australian governments endorse a plan for rebuilding the nation’s society and economy based on the following priorities:
1. A return of Australia to its pre-COVID embrace of immigration and multiculturalism
2. The creation of a fully integrated public community-based system of care, which recognises the pandemic’s effects on people’s mental health3. A strategy of inclusive prosperity that addresses the economic inequalities exposed by the pandemic.
4. The creation of further national cooperation building on the success of the National Cabinet.
5. An acceptance of Australia’s moral duty to assist our Pacific and regional neighbours
Ankle bracelets need no more be kept solely for inmates after jail time. Phone tracking is not compulsory in Australia and many have not opted into the Australian app. Simply put, Australia, utilising State-based approaches to monitor infected Australians and returned travellers, cannot cope with monitoring where the Covid infections are and if they are contained. Melbourne is case-in-point. So what idea has Israel come up with that Australia can utilise? SuperCom's tracker is the best idea out there that can ensure people are where they're meant to be without any ambiguity or cheating of the system. Read on: https://israeltrade.org.au/2021/06/15/coronavirus-electronic-bracelet-quarantine-pilot-ends-successfully/