Teachers are at very low risk of being exposed to COVID-19. But schools need to support teachers who fall into high-risk groups – including those aged over 65 years and teachers with chronic illness.
The government has banned gatherings of more than 100 people indoors, throwing many plans and events up in the air.
The keys to success in Singapore: being prepared, keeping those infected with coronavirus out of the community and communicating effectively with the public.
Cleaning surfaces, dishes and laundry the right way can help maintain hygiene in your house.
Working from home can be a challenge, especially if you've never done it before. So here's some advice from a workplace expert who also works from home when she can.
Getting vaccinated against the flu, washing your hands and social distancing are three ways you can help reduce the impact of both the flu and coronavirus.
If your child is staying at home for long periods due to the coronavirus outbreak, there are many ways you can help sustain their mental and physical well-being.
The good news is supermarket shelves should be back to normal sooner rather than later.
There's no shortage of myths, scams and spurious claims circulating about coronavirus.
Closing schools and childcare might take 30% of Australia's health care workers offline. Here's a way to keep them working.
A new analysis shows an economic downturn due to COVID-19 will dramatically increase rental stress for people with insecure or casual work.
Rapidly decreasing the prison population by letting people out is a public health imperative as governments for solutions to slow down the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
The coronavirus, like many infectious diseases, can live and spread on inanimate objects in the world around us. An epidemiologist explains how and gives some advice on how to minimize the risk.
The so-called 'Spanish flu' didn't actually come from Spain. What else do people often misunderstand about this famous crisis?
Experiences overseas show that releasing prisoners held on less serious offences early in the pandemic is essential to protect those inside the jail and the wider community.
The COVID-19 crisis is an epic disaster for the global travel industry. But we shouldn't try to return to business as usual.
In the 1930s, it was modern dance that taught Melburnians how to perform personal hygiene. There are still lessons to be learnt from this history and the legacy of Sonia Revid.
The face mask shortage shows how governments can either work together with global supply chains in positive ways or revert to state-centric policies that prevent us from dealing with COVID-19.
Only 3 million UK homes have fibre broadband which will aid their working from home to counter coronavirus spread. But those with copper ADSL or bad connections on mobile 4G may struggle.
Broadcasters have a duty to inform the public and hold politicians to account. This mission is more important now than ever before.