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Virus Watch: we may be at a turning point (except in the USA)

Virus Watch: we may be at a turning point (except in the USA)

As some of Europe seems to plateau, the rest of the world is staring down some very dire COVID-19 numbers.

US jobs collapse shocks even the worst pessimists

US jobs collapse shocks even the worst pessimists

The speed with which the US jobs market is collapsing is far worse than even pessimists feared.

So, you're suddenly regretting your choice of tax haven (and other news you may have missed)

So, you're suddenly regretting your choice of tax haven (and other news you may have missed)

Cruise giants are left marooned, travel restrictions affect abortion access, and Thailand says no to April Fools. In a jam-packed week, here are the stories you may have missed.

Stormy seas ahead as cruise lines are locked out of bailout

Stormy seas ahead as cruise lines are locked out of bailout

Foreign-registered US cruise giants like Carnival won't get any help from the US' mammoth $2 trillion stimulus package.

Virus Watch: North Korea shows what a 'virus free' society looks like

Virus Watch: North Korea shows what a 'virus free' society looks like

Time to be wary of new state powers, more celebrities fall ill, and won't somebody do something about all these goats? Here's what you need to know in virus news.

'It's as terrifying': talking to a Blitz survivor about coronavirus

'It's as terrifying': talking to a Blitz survivor about coronavirus

There are even more parallels between survival during the Blitz and the fight against COVID-19 than you may realise.

Gasping for air: what is it really like to have COVID-19?

Gasping for air: what is it really like to have COVID-19?

Around the world, patients and doctors battling COVID-19 are telling stories of what it's really like to have the disease.

The cost of saving jobs is losing jobs

The cost of saving jobs is losing jobs

As Scott Morrison has fun playing wartime PM in the corona conflict, there are some numbers he seems to be ignoring (and other briefs from the business world).

Coronavirus is providing fertile ground for misinformation

Coronavirus is providing fertile ground for misinformation

As the world grapples with an unprecedented health crisis, it is now more important than ever to ensure that the information we share is accurate and fact-based.