A preliminary study, posted online this week by researchers at the Australian National University and elsewhere, estimates 71,000 Australians had COVID-19 by mid-July — 60,000 more than official [...]
On the road to COVID normal: the easing of regional Victoria’s restrictions signals hope for Melbourne too
UniSA Professor of Biostatistics and Epidemiology Adrian Esterman in The Conversation. From 11.59pm tomorrow (September 16), regional Victoria will take the third step out of COVID-19 [...]
University of Oxford’s Coronavirus Government Response Tracker (OxCGRT): online tool tracks and compares policy responses around the world, rigorously and consistently, using data from 180 [...]
‘Slow and steady’ exit from lockdown as Victorian government sets sights on ‘COVID-normal’ Christmas
‘SLOW AND STEADY’ EXIT FROM LOCKDOWN AS VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT SETS SIGHTS ON ‘COVID-NORMAL’ CHRISTMAS – 7 September 2020 Expert University of Melbourne epidemiology and biostatistics [...]
Commentary and terminology clarified by UniSA Professor of Biostatistics, Adrian Esterman in ‘The Conversation’. Security guards at Melbourne’s quarantine hotels have been widely [...]
Deakin and University of Melbourne epidemiology in ‘The Age’.
It looks like Victoria has passed the peak of its second wave. It probably did earlier than we think.
University of Sydney Biostatistics Professor Ian Marschner data analytics commentary in ‘The Conversation’. It’s hard to recall a time when we didn’t nervously await the announcement [...]
Suppression v. Elimination? Is it working, or are some states being left behind? The path to our new normal is changing rapidly. As life opens up for much of the country, our two most populated [...]
Victoria is undeniably in a second wave of COVID-19. It’s time to plan for another statewide lockdown.
Victoria recorded its largest daily increase of 127 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, 16 more than the previous peak of 111 cases on March 28. Adrian Esterman, from the University of South Australia [...]