Australian Cocktail Month: For when life gives you limes

Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end which means that with June now here, Australian Cocktail Month must close its doors as well.   This year’s month-long event boasted the best of local liqueurs, mixers, spirits, and non-alcoholic beverages in over 145 participating venues across the nation. These venues featured in cities such […]

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Zeros and Crosses: A Game of COVID-19 Public Health Policy in Europe.

“I was talking to a colleague recently when she suggested that the success of North Korea’s COVID-19 management was due to a policy ordering anyone who tested positive to be shot. While this was clearly, at least I hope, a callous and morbid joke. It made me wonder. How close does this fabricated utilitarian approach mirror health policy in the world currently?”

Jonathan Tracey looks at inequality in the COVID-19 pandemic.

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South Korea: A COVID-19 Success Story to Country in Crisis

South Korea had early successes in it’s fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. But eventually, case numbers multiplied and the outbreak continued to grow.

Georgia Hockley takes us into South Korea’s response and looks into how their public health measures fared over time

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