Border closures work!

 

State and territory border closures ensured Australia was able to manage the Spanish Flu in 1919.

Each state and territory had different policies regarding quarantine, mask wearing, school closures and public gatherings.

Ultimately, however, it was the state and territory border (in conjunction with the national border) closures that stopped the spread.

Let's take some invaluable lessons from history!



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