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Not-so-super future ahead for those who’ve emptied their accounts

Big trouble ahead for those whose superannuation is now down and out, and the travel bubble's toil and trouble. Plus other news from the virus front.

President Donald Trump (Image: AP/Alex Brandon)

As America collapses, our relationship with China deteriorates

The US is looking increasingly like a failed state. Find out what's going on in the latest edition of Virus Watch.

Chief medical officer Brendan Murphy. (Image: AAP/Lukas Coch)

We may never be free of the virus

The pubs are about to reopen... kinda. But aside from that, it's mostly bad news.

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Just how long till the economy bounces back?

Crikey helps cut through all the numbers on the cost of coronavirus. Plus, Victoria heads back to school, and Boris loses breakfast TV.

Protesters outside Parliament House in Melbourne on Sunday. (Image: AAP/Scott Barbour)

Protests, conspiracy theories and new cases in China

As protesters rallied in Melbourne, Labor has advice for the government on the economy, and China has recorded more cases.

Gold Coast Titans player Bryce Cartwright (Image: AAP/Dave Hunt)

The road out begins, anti-vaxxers get a win

National cabinet is set to announce a plan to reopen the country, while the NRL caves to anti-vaxxers. Catch up with these stories and all the other latest coronavirus news.

A meeting of the national cabinet to discuss COVID-19. (Image: AAP/Alex Ellinghausen)

Mental health, mutant strains and Mother’s Day celebrations 

The national cabinet will decide whether to allow groups of up to 10 people to gather, experts warn of a mental health crisis, and more coronavirus updates.

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The odd ways the virus does what Philip Larkin’s parents did to him

Covid toe? Happy hypoxia? These are just some of the unusual (and horrifying) symptoms that can accompany the coronavirus.

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk (Image: AAP/Darren England)

Lockdowns eased around the globe as Queensland heads back to school

Catch up with all the latest coronavirus news from around Australia and the world.

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian (Image: AAP /Mick Tsikas)

A sigh of relief as restrictions are wound back 

Crikey breaks down the lockdown law updates in each Australian state and territory.