The Czech Republic, Hungary and Bulgaria all showed early signs of success but have since seen their COVID-19 cases rise.
The prime minister big new plan is a flawed policy in search of the science to back it up.
The state government has enlisted a US software company to deploy a data management system that will speed up contact tracing. But security could be a hitch.
Stoppages of clinical trials are a normal part of the testing process, and show that patient safety is being taken seriously.
Eventually, mortality rates from COVID-19 will fall as the proportion of people who have had the disease rises.
Nurses are uniquely at risk of COVID-19, and are affected by many of the health inequalities that the pandemic has exposed. But no one is listening to them.
Social media influencers could have an impact in promoting a test and trace service and changing young people's attitudes towards COVID-19.
If we want to know how COVID-19 works, we need to know more than just the age and sex of who it kills.
The COVID-19 vaccine is in the final stages of testing – meaning we should know whether it's effective before the end of the year.
Hydrocortisone – a common remedy for eczema – joins dexamethasone as a proven treatment for the worst cases of coronavirus.
Interviews reveal personal toll of supporting people in dangerous situations over the phone.
Local interpretation of national guidance will be most effective in preventing outbreaks in schools.
Moving primary care online and cancelling key services such as organ transplants is likely to have an outsized effect on BAME communities.
Fewer cases, fewer deaths and earlier lockdowns were in evidence across nations with female figureheads.
Experts from France, Spain and the UK explain how Europe should respond to a rise in coronavirus cases.
Social media companies need to be more transparent about the health misinformation they remove.
A primer on Sinovac, Sinopharm and CanSino, and their prospects for achieving a world first for coronavirus.
New survey shows the impact of coronavirus lockdowns on young people in Vietnam, India, Ethiopia and Peru.
On average, mothers did two hours of childcare for every one hour done by fathers during lockdown. Will that change once children are all back in school?
Scientists were not surprised by reports on coronavirus reinfection; the lack of symptoms on reinfection is encouraging.