As of this morning, Worldometers reported 75 Australian Covid deaths, versus 1,974 in Canada. That works out to 3 deaths per million population for Australia, compared to 52 deaths per million in Canada. The two countries had radically different approaches in the early days of the pandemic. On February 1, the Australian government banned entry by anyone who had been in China for the past 14 days. On the same day in Canada, Justin Trudeau was lecturing on the dangers of anti-Chinese racism and federal health minister Patty Hajdu declined to declare a public health emergency, saying the risk to Canadians was low.