If you live in an area where virus fragments have been found in wastewater samples, the most important thing to do is follow your state health department's advice.
The pandemic has changed many aspects of our lives, and new study shows it's also changed workplace dynamics — mostly to the detriment of workers.
An imperfectly applied risk model led to the devastating situation India is facing today.
More needs to be done to support South Africa's township communities.
Coronavirus is 30,000 RNA 'letters' long, meaning there are over a quintillion possible genome permutations.
By merging genomics with classical epidemiology, researchers are able to predict new disease outbreaks based on which viral variants are on the rise.
COVID will be with us for years to come – the NHS needs to adapt.
We surveyed social media users from vulnerable groups and found 73% got their vital news from social platforms. How can we protect these people from vaccine misinformation?
Providing foreign aid is not always straightforward. But here are some practical ways Australia might be able to help India.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is reducing life expectancy, decreasing birth rates and slowing down immigration. These changes may produce concerning trends in populations globally.
As teens forge their post-pandemic identities, let’s afford them the 'dignity of risk,' in their whole lives including their sexualities.
The federal government needs to amend the necessary regulations of the Indian Act and First Nations Elections Act to allow First Nations to choose their own voting methods.
Increasing skills and the availability of raw materials would be a bigger boost for vaccine production right now.
The vaccination levels needed to cross the line might not be achievable at all, even in the long term.
It's quite likely this virus will never be eliminated from the world. But even so, getting vaccinated enormously reduces your risk of severe outcomes like hospitalisation and death.
A new report looks at how the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is changing Toronto's patterns.
The CDC first paused, then unpaused, the administration of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine due to concerns about blood clots. But what are those clots, and how do they form?
The Australian Human Rights Commission has declared the government's travel ban on Australians returning from India, including criminal sanctions, “raises serious human rights concerns”.
CERB was a lifeline but no paradise, highlighting the struggles of social assistance recipients to get by on much less.
Dogs might be helping people through the pandemic, but should we be concerned by unprepared, impulsive dog purchases?