I think that should be the strategy. Small local bubbles with regulated travel. Incentive would be open trade and no masks. Slowly merge these bubble while maintaining strict rules of engagement with outside contact.Countries with zero tolerance look good on paper ... at the beginning.
But are going to be fucked in subsequent years, as they had to borrow up to their tits paying off people/businesses for being disrupted (even a single case in the community causes millions to be locked down ). Shipping is avoiding going to Australia, because of mandatory 14 day offshore quarantines.
And will remain physically isolated from the rest of the world, until their wannabe authoritarian leaders start letting people in (or more likely, get voted out)
As infections continue to soar overseas, while Australia struggles with its vaccine rollout and quarantine system, experts warn compulsory isolation isn't going anywhere anytime soon.au.news.yahoo.com
I am however impressed with Taiwan, who managed the whole pandemic without any major disruptions (apart from international travel).
Otherwise it will result in another aids like situation, wearing mask all the time calling it "the safe practice". Fuck it i don't wanna wear burqa forever