Life after lockdown: Series examining how the Covid-19 outbreak could change Australia for good
6. ‘The genie is out of the bottle’: telehealth points way for Australia post pandemic
Author: Melissa Sweet
From virtual hospitals to FaceTimed GP visits, innovations that have sprung up in response to coronavirus could transform a sector notoriously resistant to reform
5. University upheaval: ‘If people feel safe, we’ll see the students come back’
Authors: Paul Karp and Anne Davies
Australia’s tertiary sector is both one of the greatest victims of the coronavirus contraction and vital to the road out.
4. ‘Free childcare has been amazing’: Australian parents hope pandemic may pave way for reform
Author: Celina Ribeiro
The government has vowed to roll back universal free early education once the crisis passes, but returning to a pre-Covid-19 state could be politically fraught
2. Transport after coronavirus: how will we fly, drive, commute and ride?
Author: Royce Kurmelovs
Social distancing rules will ‘kill cities’, experts warn – and the future of mass transit hangs in the balance
1. Work after coronavirus: how will it change when the lockdown is over?
Author: Paul Daley
Entrenched unemployment? A permanent embrace of work from home? Several orthodoxies have emerged about the near future of employment
SOURCE: Life after Lockdown – The Guardian [website viewed 2 June 2020]
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