'I felt awful as a father': Brett Sutton on the personal toll of the pandemic

The Victorian chief health officer and his Queensland counterpart recount the enormous emotional pressures they have faced since the rise of COVID-19

Two doctors who were tasked with making life-altering, life-saving decisions in the darkest days of the COVID-19 pandemic have spoken publicly about the enormous emotional toll of their work.

Professor Brett Sutton.

Victoria’s chief health officer Adjunct Professor Brett Sutton was under intense, unrelenting and frequently unforgiving public scrutiny during the state’s deadly second wave last year which killed 800

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