🎧 PODCAST: An audio version of an in depth article by two doctors on what it’s like fighting COVID-19 the second time around.
This is what it’s like fighting COVID-19 the second time around.
Victoria has achieved a remarkable thing. But the virus has not been eradicated. The question then becomes, how well can the state deal with new outbreaks?
Here’s what the west can learn from South Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam and more.
Is Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s mishandling of the second wave of COVID-19 a byproduct of his pro-business sympathies?
Soon after Ireland announced the ‘strictest lockdown in Europe’, many other countries followed suit. Here’s how it’s going so far.
A resurgence of the coronavirus in South Africa is almost impossible to avoid, but the timing and extent depend on people's behaviour.
Communicators must listen to the frustrations, fears and concerns of young people about COVID-19. Then they need to speak to them like human beings, rather than talk at them.
As lockdown restrictions are relaxed, it is key to continue high-impact non-pharmaceutical interventions that will not impede economic activity, but limit the spread of COVID-19.
The government needs the public to heed its public health messages if it’s going to control the second wave.
Experts from France, Spain and the UK explain how Europe should respond to a rise in coronavirus cases.
A night manager at one of Melbourne’s quarantine hotels has been designated as “patient zero” in Victoria’s second wave of COVID-19. Here’s what that actually means.
The daily COVID-19 case numbers don’t tell the full story on the outbreak’s progress.
We need to keep social distancing and avoiding indoor spaces, even if the official rules have changed. A microbiologist explains why.
With COVID-19 spreading in Sydney’s southwest, can New South Wales avoid a return to lockdown and a similar scenario to Victoria’s second wave? The answer depends on whether there is community spread.
The surge of cases in Victoria is inviting speculation into how the state and federal governments could have acted differently.
Many people are already struggling amid the stress and uncertainty of the pandemic. For Melbourne residents, a second lockdown is likely to place an even bigger strain on their mental health.
There’s no scientific definition for a wave of disease – and no evidence that the original onslaught of coronavirus in the US has receded much at all.
Victoria has recorded its largest single-day increase in COVID-19 cases. It might be time to return to a statewide lockdown.
Cramped living conditions, a lack of social distancing and informal businesses staying open during lockdown may have come together to drive up the city’s infection rate.