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Well hello there, it’s Wednesday, which means we’re nearly halfway done, guys. Well done!
It’s Matilda Boseley here, by the way, bringing you all the most important updates this hump day.
In general terms, it has been very successful and very safe.
We expect that there will be transmission in quarantine … The important thing is that it doesn’t transmit outside of quarantine and if it does, that it’s picked up quickly.