As the UK goes into lockdown to curb a more contagious strain on the virus it gives observers cause to look how other countries have dealt with the virus.
Let’s look at Australia.
What can’t be disputed is its effectiveness.
The enforcement of its policy has occasionally come up short. Those holes in the policy have been closed eventually but they also demonstrate that when there is any relaxation of the policy (intentional or otherwise), then the cases numbers start springing up. The exceptions have proved the rule.