Stage four restrictions have not been formally proposed but are they needed?(AAP: Daniel Pockett)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelThe news that Victoria recorded more than 700 new cases and 13 deaths yesterday set off alarm bells across Australia."It was depressing," said Dr Hassan Vally, leading epidemiologist at La Trobe University.Acting chief medical officer Paul Kelly says it is important the nation help Victoria get on top of its outbreak, noting the state's 5,000 active coronavirus cases are "an issue for all of us".The Victorian and Federal Governments subsequently stepped up their defence, deploying an Australian Medical Assistance Team (the "SAS of the medical world"), mandating that all Victorians wear masks and tightening restrictions in some regions.But as Prime Minister Scott Morrison said, the Melbourne lockdown has been in place for some weeks and we're not getting the results we hoped for.So do the experts think we need to change our response? Or just sit tight?Random testingDr Vally says rolling out asymptomatic testing in certain high-risk industries, like meat works, is logical."It's not a totally ridiculous idea to go in hard in those places and test like crazy, like they did in locked-down suburbs."But he doesn't advocate for complete lock downs, describing them as a "very blunt instrument" with lots of consequences."You want that to be your last resort," he says."There's a lot you can do before you just shut everything down,
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