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Topic: Coronavirus
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews (Image: AAP/James Ross)

Modelling panic, mask testing, and Eurozone spikes

The Oz' modelling is called into question, while CSIRO boffins are on the case. Catch up with the latest COVID-19 news in Virus Watch.

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian speaks to the media (Image: AAP/Bianca De Marchi)

Not too hot, not too cold: COVID-19 reporting needs to be just right

The pandemic is the only story that people want to read about right now. But it's the same story, every day. In an effort to keep things fresh, is the media resorting to 'Goldilocks reporting'?

Author Jackie French (Image: Wikimedia)

Our weapons against the disease are kindness and quarantine

I am not scared for myself in this pandemic, just cautious, concerned. But I am desperately scared for our youth, and for our planet.

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Whose reputation is the government really worried about on aged care transparency?

Why is the government elevating the reputations of aged care providers above the needs of consumers and taxpayers?

NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard (Image: AAP/Dan Himbrechts)

Victoria’s long slog, NSW shuts door, Biden to be crowned on Zoom

In Virus Watch today, the long slog ahead for Victoria, the very good dogs helping sniff out COVID-19, and more of the latest updates.

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Aboriginal-led initiatives spare communities from COVID-19 spread

Early fears of COVID-19 ravaging Indigenous communities have not eventuated, thanks to community-led responses.

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Outbreak of bosses behaving badly reveals the ugly side of business

The Bosses Behaving Badly in a Pandemic Award has some strong new contenders.

Crikey Presents: ‘Allo ‘Allo! The stage four lockdown edition

The cafe at night. Sirens are howling. There are screams as the Gestapo arrest someone getting a takeaway chicken korma at 8:05pm...

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We stand in debt to younger Australians

A 73-year-old doctor on his 'early' retirement, and why older Australians owe a great debt to young people.

(Image: AAP/James Ross)

A doctor’s message to Melbourne: if we don’t abide by the rules, more will die

This lockdown will be hard. But not as hard as the alternative.