'Wildly off-base': how did Australia get its coronavirus modelling so wrong?
The Guardian -

Although early coronavirus modelling was inaccurate, experts say it did make us see what could happen if we did nothing

When Covid-19 shifted from a disease in returned travellers to a virus that was spreading throughout the Australian community, dire predictions of deaths proliferated on social media and in the news.

In March, the deputy chief medical officer, Prof Paul Kelly, said modelling revealed the federal government was preparing for 50,000 deaths in a best-case scenario and 150,000...

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