Will the joy and exhilaration of travel return after the COVID-19 pandemic? Yes, but with a new value proposition built around safe and secure travel.
The $600 federal jobless benefit may be generous, but that doesn't mean is isn't what workers and the US economy need.
The social isolation older adults are experiencing as they try to stay safe from the coronavirus pandemic is raising new mental health risks, but people can take steps to protect themselves.
The toll of the pandemic has been worsened because of the shock to the global supply chain, which resulted in shortages of vital medical equipment. Could game theory help?
A systems engineering expert applies the same method NASA's Project Apollo engineers used to offer a systematic approach to deciding on school reopening at a local level.
By using computer crowd simulations, we can figure out how large numbers of people can move around public space while maintaining social distancing.
Yes, there will be temporary meat shortages in Victoria, but not for long.
Most children can no longer attend childcare in Melbourne. Parents have to look after them if they're working themselves, while the sector faces collapse if the government doesn't step in.
Unemployed Australians were characterised as 'lazy' and 'underserving' of government support in the 1930s. Sound familiar?
The new Victoria lockdown will bring greater levels of uncertainty about jobs and prolonged social disconnection. We need rapid action to fix the mental health system to meet the demand for help.
When it comes to PPE, we could be better protecting our frontline health-care workers. We need to update current guidelines to reflect the latest evidence around how COVID-19 spreads.
In response to school closures in April, researchers put together a survey asking teachers how COVID-19 affected them and their students.
Yes, your cat can get coronavirus, but here's why you don't need to worry too much.
The governments of several African countries have been reporting counts of confirmed cases, recoveries and deaths related to COVID-19, without a breakdown by age and sex.
The earned income tax credit lifts around 6 million of the working poor out of poverty every year, but with the economy hammered by COVID-19, many might not get the benefit they need.
Stating that COVID-19 is a “Chinese” disease, dehumanizes and reinforces well-worn stereotypes of Chinese people as the "yellow peril."
Students won’t be allowed to participate in activities at St. Francis Xavier University this fall unless they sign a COVID-19 waiver. That's forcing them to make a difficult and unfair choice.
For millions, the ACA is making a big difference during the coronavirus crisis.
The process of mourning plays a vital role in recovery, both on an individual and national level.
The federal government must provide more support if Victorian businesses and households are to survive the state's Stage 4 lockdown.