Tough restrictions could soon return in Australia as the country grapples with a spike in Covid-19 cases.
Pandemic fatigue and complacency are believed to be partly behind a new surge in Covid-19 cases across Australia as many people face reinfection with sub-variants.
Fewer people appear to be wearing masks and some are even failing to test themselves early to detect the virus.
With more than 550 million infections and 6.3 million deaths recorded worldwide, Covid-19 has become one of the most devastating pandemics in recent times.
After more than two years, most of the world – except China, where they are still striving for zero cases – is now trying to live with the virus by ditching restrictions and returning to travel.
But there can be no doubt Covid-19 has not gone away.
Should we be concerned about sub-variants and reinfection?
Gaetan Burgio, from the Australian National…