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The latest scientific developments relating to COVID-19 and what they can tell us about the virus, its transmission, its symptoms and treatment options.
In the race to develop a coronavirus vaccine, the public is repeatedly reminded that the finish line is at least 12 to 18 months away. Here's why.
Nearly 10,000 people live on the streets or in shelters in San Francisco. City officials have secured 4,500 rooms for those who need to self-quarantine.
As confirmed global coronavirus cases pass 1 million, the healthcare situation in many western countries like Italy and the United States looks dire.
The mother of a premature baby in New York shares her experience of coping with life as a new parent in the pandemic.
How the world’s most advanced supply chains can collaborate to help ventilator manufacturers as the pandemic rages.
Author Matt McCarthy tells our World Vs Virus podcast about NYC's battle against COVID-19. Also: to test or not to test; and a submariner's lockdown tips.
COVID-19 poses a larger risk than some people realise. The new coronavirus has a higher fatality rate than seasonal influenza and is more contagious.
Regional efforts to contain COVID-19 are generating vast amounts of data that organizations can use to plan more effectively. Here's what we have learned.
Policy on testing differs depending on what stage that community has reached in the pandemic and the level of preparedness. Two experts explain.
One in four doctors in the UK is either ill or self-isolating - and the picture is similarly grim in other countries.
Our capacity to control COVID-19 will be greatly enhanced by better data. Fortunately, that is well within reach.
Extreme social distancing measures have caused mass unemployment but the new jobless could play a vital role in community healthcare.
High levels of disease and malnutrition coupled with fragile healthcare systems means Africa should focus on aggressive measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Healthcare workers in the US are locking in-demand equipment away and buying extra supplies on the black market to protect themselves and patients.