it’s ok to be ok: how to stop feeling ‘survivor guilt’ during covid-1

It’s OK to be OK: how to stop feeling ‘survivor guilt’ during COVID-19

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Picture: Shuttlestock Everyone’s pandemic experience is unfolding differently. There’s no denying COVID-19 has been devastating for millions of people around the world. At the worst end of the spectrum are the millions of cases...
mapping covid-19 spread in melbourne shows link to job types and ability to stay home

Mapping COVID-19 spread in Melbourne shows link to job types and ability to stay...

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Picture: Shuttlestock COVID-19 provides a stark reminder of inequity and the spread of disease. These aren’t new ideas and can be traced back to John Snow’s cholera maps and Charles Booth and his colour-coded maps of occupation types and poverty...
new south wales on a knife edge as cumulative coronavirus case numbers spiral into the ‘red zone’

New South Wales on a knife edge as cumulative coronavirus case numbers spiral into...

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Picture: JAMES GOURLEY/AAP New South Wales is on a knife edge after recording more than 150 COVID-19 cases over the last 14 days, a worrying sign the situation could spiral out of control. The wide geographic spread...
view from the hill: aged care crisis reflects poor preparation and a broken system

View from The Hill: Aged care crisis reflects poor preparation and a broken system

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Picture: Daniel Pockett/AAP Scott Morrison wasn’t going to be caught out twice. In Hawaii during the bushfires, the prime minister had hesitated before returning (slightly) early. On Tuesday he wasn’t on holiday but starting a...
report highlights pandemic’s impact on phone and internet consumers

Report highlights pandemic’s impact on phone and internet consumers

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The first four months of the COVID-19 pandemic saw telco call centres affected by global lockdowns leading to consumers being unable to contact their provider to report their phone or internet complaints. The Telecommunications...
here’s what we know so far about the long-term symptoms of covid-19

Here’s what we know so far about the long-term symptoms of COVID-19

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Picture: Shuttlestock We’re now all too familiar with the common symptoms of COVID-19: a fever, dry cough and fatigue. Some people also experience aches and pains, a sore throat, and loss of taste or...
multiple sclerosis drug may help treat covid-19 and lead to faster recovery

Multiple sclerosis drug may help treat COVID-19 and lead to faster recovery

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Vadim Zakharishchev/Shutterstock What do multiple sclerosis (MS) and the novel coronavirus have in common? Until this week, not much, but a recent clinical trial has shown a reformulation of a drug used to treat MS can...
two weeks into melbourne’s lockdown, why aren’t covid-19 case numbers going down

Two weeks into Melbourne’s lockdown, why aren’t COVID-19 case numbers going down

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David Crosling/AAP Image Fourteen days after Melbourne was put back into lockdown, with the Thursday tally of 484 new cases in Victoria makes for dispiriting reading. Why have the numbers stubbornly refused to go down,...

Whether a ratings chase or ideological war, News Corp’s coronavirus coverage is dangerous

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 Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation, in significant parts of its coverage of the coronavirus pandemic, has become a clear and present danger to the welfare of Australian society. Aping the worst of the American media –...
us coronavirus data will now go straight to the white house. here’s what this means for the world

US coronavirus data will now go straight to the White House. Here’s what this...

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Picture: John Amis/EPA Led by physicians, scientists and epidemiologists, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is one of the most reliable sources of knowledge during disease outbreaks. But now, with the world in...