Particularly if the outbreak originates in a regional city or small town such as for example Darwin.

A ban on domestic travel can delay the spread of a flu pandemic A near total ban on household travel could delay the spread of a flu pandemic by weekly or more, particularly if the outbreak originates in a regional city or small town such as for example Darwin, according to new modelling by Australian experts. Regional and inland communities could be virtually quarantined from a pandemic if travel handles are rigidly used and introduced very in early stages in an outbreak, regarding to Dr James Real wood, a lecturer at the University of Sydney silagra .