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.
I am not scared for myself in this pandemic, just cautious, concerned. But I am desperately scared for our youth, and for our planet.
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.
Early fears of COVID-19 ravaging Indigenous communities have not eventuated, thanks to community-led responses.
A 73-year-old doctor on his 'early' retirement, and why older Australians owe a great debt to young people.
This lockdown will be hard. But not as hard as the alternative.
Young people may be fuelling the second wave, the Philippines faring poorly, offshore detention set to restart as a COVID-19 contingency plan, plus more coronavirus updates.
Victorians have the right to be angry about testing delays and to demand 24-hour results. In fact, it should be an urgent priority.
We're in the middle of a storm. And only radical action can get us out.
While the current stage four restrictions imposed in Victoria are the toughest Australia has seen, Daniel Andrews says there's more to come if COVID-19 case numbers don't go down.