Pedestrians pass a mural after 108 days of lockdown in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Photo: EPA
Pedestrians pass a mural after 108 days of lockdown in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Photo: EPA

In Australia’s New South Wales, a shift in messaging has lessons for Hong Kong and New Zealand in leaving ‘zero-Covid’ behind

  • After 100 days of lockdown, the state’s opening up will give territories and countries across the Asia-Pacific an insight into how to learn to live with the virus
  • Some of the battle lies in refocusing minds from case numbers to hospitalisations and in overcoming fear, experts say

Pedestrians pass a mural after 108 days of lockdown in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Photo: EPA
Pedestrians pass a mural after 108 days of lockdown in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Photo: EPA
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