The pandemic is still raging. Health, money, work, relationships, environment have changed throughout the world, and perhaps permanently so.
Our experts look at why people of colour are being hit harder by COVID-19, New Zealand’s success in eliminating the virus, and the latest on drug trials.
This week, our experts are looking at the major trends in post-crisis globalisation.
Our experts mull what it will take to keep people healthy, whether there should be optimism for a vaccine and how to fight lockdown fatigue.
A look at what various countries – from Indonesia and Argentina to Canada and the US – are doing.
This week we’ve been looking at the factors in play when considering to ease lockdowns, how the massive costs can be met, and the ongoing search for treatments.
Democracies such as the United States, Italy and Spain, as well as Indonesia, have so far failed to control the spread of the virus.
This weekly column by our team of international health editors highlights more of the recently published articles from The Conversation’s global network.
Scientists and academics on how the world might change once this is all over, and if a return to ‘normality’ is even possible.
This fifth weekly column by our team of international health editors highlights more of the recently published articles from The Conversation’s global network.
Since the pandemic began, the new coronavirus has infected more than 780,000 people and killed at least 37,000. The experts at The Conversation offer its readers insights from every continent.
Citizens around the world look warily at the rates of illnesses and deaths at home and abroad as the economic effects of COVID-19 start to hit.
The outbreak continues to spread in new geographies and in numbers.
An effective vaccine against lies, spin and confusion.