Kids want to play sports again, and who can blame them? An exercise scientist and physiologist explains why adhering to safety protocols is imperative.
COVID-19 variants of concern have changed the game. We need to recognise and act on this to avoid future waves of infections, yet more lockdowns and restrictions, and avoidable illness and death.
The US lags in testing coronavirus samples from COVID-19 patients, which can help track the spread of the virus and the emergence of new variants. But labs are ramping up this crucial surveillance.
A virologist breaks down everything you need to know about the UK variant.
Researchers are closely watching the coronavirus mutants to make sure vaccines can be adjusted if necessary. But scientists don't know whether vaccines will be effective in those already vaccinated.
With multiple variants of concern now present in the UK, attention is turning to when updated vaccines for them will be ready.
B1525 is a new coronavirus variant under investigation by Public Health England.
You've been vaccinated; can you now safely see your friends and family? New research hints that vaccinated people may be less likely to transmit the coronavirus, but they are not 100% in the clear.
We can help vaccines keep up with the mutating coronavirus by doubling down on preventive measures.
These variants are definitely cause for concern. But there's every indication we can adapt our vaccine strategy to combat these and other variants going forward.
Tensions run high as EU vaccine deliveries fall behind schedule, while new vaccines are being created to handle mutant viral strains.
Neutralising antibodies aren't the only game in town.
The right to return is real but not absolute, and must be balanced with the rights of those already in New Zealand.
A virus that is 30% more transmissible is more deadly than a virus that is 30% more deadly. Counter-intuitive but true.
Your chance to ask a panel of experts about the coronavirus variants at 12.30pm GMT on Wednesday January 27.
So-called 'variants of concern' have been cropping up since November.