In the media | 11 Oct 2021

BBC SOUNDS: Sydney reopens after 106 days in lockdown

BIS Oxford Economics’ chief economist in Australia, Sarah Hunter comments on the impact of the delta strain induced lockdown Sydney has experienced for 3 months in this interview with the BBC.

This interview was from the story “World Business Report: The Australian city emerges from a lockdown lasting more than three months.” 
Listen to the full interview from the BBC below:

 

 

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