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More than 20 Sydney researchers contributed to the ‘Roadmap to Recovery’ report, a report provided to the Federal Government by the Group of Eight (Go8) to help Australia move through its exit and recovery phase of COVID-19.
A taskforce of more than 100 researchers from across the Go8 collaborated to produce a report with two options for Australia’s pandemic response.
The Elimination strategy would see a continuation of the lock-down further than mid-May in certain jurisdictions, likely by another 30 days while waiting for cases from local sources to fall to zero and remain at that level for a few weeks, while the Controlled Adaption (Suppression) strategy would see a gradual relaxation of resections and adaptative relaxation of social distancing as early as Mid-May.
The Report explicitly acknowledged the participation and contribution of the following University of Sydney staff
You can read ‘COVID-19 Roadmap to Recovery – A Report for the Nation’ on the Go8 website.