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Coronavirus: Anti-lockdown protests wreak havoc in Melbourne

Coronavirus: Anti-lockdown protests wreak havoc in Melbourne

Anti-lockdown protests have erupted in Melbourne, with police struggling to contain the crowds at the Shrine of Remembrance.

Anti-lockdown protests have erupted in Melbourne, with police struggling to contain the crowds at the Shrine of Remembrance.

Study finds lockdown was good for diets, bad for sleep

While many of us spent weeks confined to our houses during the first wave of the global pandemic, it seems this period of self-isolation had a huge impact on our personal habits. A new global survey has looked at diet, exercise, mental health and ...

While many of us spent weeks confined to our houses during the first wave of the global pandemic, it seems this period of self-isolation had a huge impact on our personal habits. A new global survey has looked at diet, exercise, mental health and ...

COVID spread worse than spring: French scientist

The COVID-19 virus is spreading more quickly than during its initial outbreak in the spring, French government scientific advisor Arnaud Fontanet said on Friday, in one of the starkest warnings yet about the scale of the disease's resurgence engulfin

The COVID-19 virus is spreading more quickly than during its initial outbreak in the spring, French government scientific advisor Arnaud Fontanet said on Friday, in one of the starkest warnings yet about the scale of the disease's resurgence engulfin

US hospitals strained amid Covid-19 surge

Several U.S. states, many of them in the Midwest, reported record single-day increases in COVID-19 infections on Thursday, further evidence that the pandemic is accelerating anew as cooler weather takes hold in many parts of the country. Yahaira Jacq

Several U.S. states, many of them in the Midwest, reported record single-day increases in COVID-19 infections on Thursday, further evidence that the pandemic is accelerating anew as cooler weather takes hold in many parts of the country. Yahaira Jacq

Nine new cases of Covid-19 recorded in New Zealand today

One of those cases was recorded in the community, Dr Ashley Bloomfield confirmed.

One of those cases was recorded in the community, Dr Ashley Bloomfield confirmed.

Study looks at Taiwan's Covid-19 response

Dr Jennifer Summers is the lead author of a new Otago University study comparing Taiwan's Covid-19 response to New Zealand's.

Dr Jennifer Summers is the lead author of a new Otago University study comparing Taiwan's Covid-19 response to New Zealand's.

How coronavirus forced this single mother to ask for help

Mother Sharlene was just getting by after her husband died. Then coronavirus hit.

Mother Sharlene was just getting by after her husband died. Then coronavirus hit.

Belgium: When grandpa dies - Children and coronavirus

Coronavirus affects everyone, but one particular group has been hit particularly hard by the crisis: Children. Studies on the mental health of boys and girls show them battling depression and anxiety disorders.

Coronavirus affects everyone, but one particular group has been hit particularly hard by the crisis: Children. Studies on the mental health of boys and girls show them battling depression and anxiety disorders.

Spain first in Western Europe to pass 1 mln cases

Spain is now the first Western European country to exceed 1 million reported COVID-19 infections, doubling its tally in just six weeks despite a series of increasingly stringent measures to control the second wave of the virus.

Spain is now the first Western European country to exceed 1 million reported COVID-19 infections, doubling its tally in just six weeks despite a series of increasingly stringent measures to control the second wave of the virus.

Brazilian dies in Covid-19 vaccine trial

A volunteer who was taking part in clinical trials of the AstraZeneca vaccine in Brazil has died. The Brazilian health authority has confirmed that the trial will continue.

A volunteer who was taking part in clinical trials of the AstraZeneca vaccine in Brazil has died. The Brazilian health authority has confirmed that the trial will continue.

Volunteer in AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine trial dies in Brazil: officials

Volunteer in AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine trial dies in Brazil: officials

Volunteer in AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine trial dies in Brazil: officials

Fauci quotes 'The Godfather' in response to Trump criticisms

Fauci quotes 'The Godfather' in response to Trump criticisms

Fauci quotes 'The Godfather' in response to Trump criticisms

More of UK put into highest lockdown tier

South Yorkshire will join Liverpool and Lancashire in the highest tier of COVID-19 restrictions in the UK. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has also said he would impose the same measures in Manchester after failing to agree a support package with local

South Yorkshire will join Liverpool and Lancashire in the highest tier of COVID-19 restrictions in the UK. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has also said he would impose the same measures in Manchester after failing to agree a support package with local

More researchers suggest blood type may affect COVID-19 risk and severity

Two new studies indicate that people with Type O blood may be less likely to contract the coronavirus than those with other blood types.

Two new studies indicate that people with Type O blood may be less likely to contract the coronavirus than those with other blood types.

YouTube vows to ban misleading claims about COVID-19 vaccines

The video-sharing platform has announced a new effort to crackdown on COVID-19 misinformation.

The video-sharing platform has announced a new effort to crackdown on COVID-19 misinformation.

Social media giants step up in the fight against misinformation

Here's what Facebook and Youtube are doing to stamp out fake information about COVID-19 and vaccines.

Here's what Facebook and Youtube are doing to stamp out fake information about COVID-19 and vaccines.

Brush your teeth to lower risk of Covid-19

Brushing your teeth before you leave the house could offer you extra protection from Covid-19.

Brushing your teeth before you leave the house could offer you extra protection from Covid-19.

Eating like the English? French curfew puts early dinner on menu

Eating like the English? French curfew puts early dinner on menu

Eating like the English? French curfew puts early dinner on menu

Dr Bloomfield puts NZ’s 25 Covid-19 infections into perspective, but urges caution

NZ had 25 new infections to report today – yesterday, Spain had 48,000.

NZ had 25 new infections to report today – yesterday, Spain had 48,000.

Total of 25 new Covid-19 cases in NZ, 23 at the border and two linked to port worker

Dr Ashley Bloomfield provided the update from Wellington on October 21.

Dr Ashley Bloomfield provided the update from Wellington on October 21.

How close is Hong Kong to a fourth wave of Covid-19?

When the Covid-19 pandemic started in January 2020, many around the world saw Hong Kong as an example of how communities could successfully contain the novel coronavirus that causes the disease. But the

When the Covid-19 pandemic started in January 2020, many around the world saw Hong Kong as an example of how communities could successfully contain the novel coronavirus that causes the disease. But the

Ukrainian fitness influencer dies from Covid after denying it exists

Ukrainian fitness influencer dies from COVID after denying it exists

Ukrainian fitness influencer dies from COVID after denying it exists

More Covid measures hit Europe, cases surge

[NFA] Countries across Europe are making difficult decisions about the coronavirus outbreak, as cases surge across the continent. Meanwhile, worldwide cases crossed 40 million on Monday.

[NFA] Countries across Europe are making difficult decisions about the coronavirus outbreak, as cases surge across the continent. Meanwhile, worldwide cases crossed 40 million on Monday.

Australia's Covid-19 hotspot partially eases lockdown

Australia's state of Victoria, the epicenter of the country's coronavirus outbreak, will see more freedom of movement as of Monday after months-long restrictions, but retailers and restaurants must wait longer, making some of the owners unhappy.

Australia's state of Victoria, the epicenter of the country's coronavirus outbreak, will see more freedom of movement as of Monday after months-long restrictions, but retailers and restaurants must wait longer, making some of the owners unhappy.

Number of Covid-19 cases surges past 40 million

It comes as the World Health Organization warned cases are accelerating in Europe and North America.

It comes as the World Health Organization warned cases are accelerating in Europe and North America.

Italy: Turning the coronavirus crisis around

During Italy's first wave of coronavirus infections, the nation had a very high number of deaths. The country is now admired for its success at fighting the virus.

During Italy's first wave of coronavirus infections, the nation had a very high number of deaths. The country is now admired for its success at fighting the virus.

Germany: Window tests for Coronavirus

Winter is coming and with it possibly more Corona cases. How prepared is Germany for the next wave? We visited a doctors' practice in Berlin which tests people for corona. We wanted to see, how they are preparing for the next months

Winter is coming and with it possibly more Corona cases. How prepared is Germany for the next wave? We visited a doctors' practice in Berlin which tests people for corona. We wanted to see, how they are preparing for the next months

Coronavirus: Victoria records four new cases as restrictions ease

Monday October 19: Victoria has recorded four new cases of COVID-19 and one death as the state takes further steps out of lockdown.

Monday October 19: Victoria has recorded four new cases of COVID-19 and one death as the state takes further steps out of lockdown.

Global Covid-19 cases rise by a one-day record

Global coronavirus cases rose by more than 400,000 for the first time late on Friday, a record one-day increase as much of Europe enacts new restrictions to curb the outbreak. Freddie Joyner has more.

Global coronavirus cases rose by more than 400,000 for the first time late on Friday, a record one-day increase as much of Europe enacts new restrictions to curb the outbreak. Freddie Joyner has more.

Divided world is failing COVID-19 test: U.N. Chief

United Nations Chief Antonio Guterres said Saturday a divided world has flunked the COVID-19 test. Guterres told a Portuguese news agency that the international community has failed to rise to the challenge of fighting the pandemic.

United Nations Chief Antonio Guterres said Saturday a divided world has flunked the COVID-19 test. Guterres told a Portuguese news agency that the international community has failed to rise to the challenge of fighting the pandemic.

Staying in touch with your emotions 'reduces Covid-19 pandemic stress'

Staying in touch with your emotions can help to reduce stress and anxiety during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Staying in touch with your emotions can help to reduce stress and anxiety during the Covid-19 pandemic.

US coronavirus cases surpass 8 million

The number of coronavirus cases in the U.S. rose by 63,710 on Thursday bringing the total number of infections to more than 8 million.

The number of coronavirus cases in the U.S. rose by 63,710 on Thursday bringing the total number of infections to more than 8 million.

COVID-19 victims' autopsies detect virus in eyeballs: study

COVID-19 victims' autopsies detect virus in eyeballs: study

COVID-19 victims' autopsies detect virus in eyeballs: study

'Difficult winter': London tightens lockdown

London is joining a growing number of European cities going into stricter lockdown, as the UK battles a second wave of COVID-19.

London is joining a growing number of European cities going into stricter lockdown, as the UK battles a second wave of COVID-19.

Curfews, lockdowns as shaken Europe overtakes US in virus surge

European nations are closing schools, cancelling surgeries, shutting bars and restaurants as overwhelmed authorities face the nightmare scenario of a COVID-19 resurgence at the onset of winter, with new cases hitting about 100,000 daily, far outstrip

European nations are closing schools, cancelling surgeries, shutting bars and restaurants as overwhelmed authorities face the nightmare scenario of a COVID-19 resurgence at the onset of winter, with new cases hitting about 100,000 daily, far outstrip

Coronavirus: Donald Trump's son had COVID-19

Donald Trump's son Barron was previously infected with COVID-19 but has since recovered.

Donald Trump's son Barron was previously infected with COVID-19 but has since recovered.

Young white men least likely to wash hands amid Covid-19 pandemic

Since the coronavirus pandemic struck in March, people all over the world have been instructed to wash their hands more often and more thoroughly to help protect against Covid-19.

Since the coronavirus pandemic struck in March, people all over the world have been instructed to wash their hands more often and more thoroughly to help protect against Covid-19.

Coronavirus: How have circuit-breakers worked around the world?

Several countries have attempted a so-called "circuit-breaker" in their fight against Covid-19. We take a look at how they have fared.

Several countries have attempted a so-called "circuit-breaker" in their fight against Covid-19. We take a look at how they have fared.

Madrid Covid doctors already 'mentally exhausted'

Spain has become the coronavirus hotspot in Western Europe - and the head of one intensive care unit in Madrid says his staff are already mentally exhausted.

Spain has become the coronavirus hotspot in Western Europe - and the head of one intensive care unit in Madrid says his staff are already mentally exhausted.

Tourism and the virus in China

The coronavirus crisis appears largely over in China. Early October is holiday season there, and visitors from other parts of the country are again to be seen on the streets of Beijing. Will tourism bounce back? And other industries?

The coronavirus crisis appears largely over in China. Early October is holiday season there, and visitors from other parts of the country are again to be seen on the streets of Beijing. Will tourism bounce back? And other industries?

Cristiano Ronaldo tests positive for COVID-19

Portuguese soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo has tested positive for COVID-19, Portugal's Football Federation said in a statement on its website on Tuesday.

Portuguese soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo has tested positive for COVID-19, Portugal's Football Federation said in a statement on its website on Tuesday.

China to test entire city of Qingdao after Covid-19 cases emerge

The coastal city will test all nine million residents during the next five days with some areas locked down.

The coastal city will test all nine million residents during the next five days with some areas locked down.

Mothers suffering increasing anxiety and insomnia during Covid-19 pandemic

Researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and The Max Stern Yezreel Valley College in Israel focused on the consequences of the coronavirus outbreak, and the subsequent restrictions, on maternal wellbeing.

Researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and The Max Stern Yezreel Valley College in Israel focused on the consequences of the coronavirus outbreak, and the subsequent restrictions, on maternal wellbeing.

Covid-19 can last 28 days on surfaces, study finds

The virus that causes COVID-19 can survive on banknotes, glass and stainless steel for up to 28 days, much longer than the flu virus, Australian researchers said on Monday, highlighting the need for cleaning and handwashing to combat the virus.

The virus that causes COVID-19 can survive on banknotes, glass and stainless steel for up to 28 days, much longer than the flu virus, Australian researchers said on Monday, highlighting the need for cleaning and handwashing to combat the virus.

'Pokémon GO' is helping small businesses affected by COVID-19

Coronavirus has hit small businesses hard, but the makers of the popular augmented reality mobile game have decided to give back.

Coronavirus has hit small businesses hard, but the makers of the popular augmented reality mobile game have decided to give back.

Sputnik V explainer: How Russia's coronavirus vaccine works

Russia on August 11 became the first country in the world to approve a vaccine for SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19.

Russia on August 11 became the first country in the world to approve a vaccine for SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19.

Lung health, diet and nutrition

Doctors recommend a new diet to help protect our bodies from COVID-19

Doctors recommend a new diet to help protect our bodies from COVID-19

Scientists investigate possible coronavirus mutation in Chile

An investigation is under way to determine why a remote region in Patagonia reported 20 percent of Chile’s COVID-19 cases.

An investigation is under way to determine why a remote region in Patagonia reported 20 percent of Chile’s COVID-19 cases.

US seeing 'clearly a resurgence' of coronavirus

[NFA] The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus topped 213,000 and former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb said that the U.S. is in for a "difficult fall and winter." This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

[NFA] The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus topped 213,000 and former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb said that the U.S. is in for a "difficult fall and winter." This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

Brazil’s coronavirus deaths pass 150,000 as infection rate slows

Experts say number of new cases falling but rate it still slow compared with countries in Europe and Asia, suggesting it may still be in its first wave.

Experts say number of new cases falling but rate it still slow compared with countries in Europe and Asia, suggesting it may still be in its first wave.

TB shot may help beat back Covid-19: researcher

A vaccine that helped eliminate tuberculosis in parts of the world is being tested on front-line healthcare workers to see if it offers them any protection against the novel coronavirus. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

A vaccine that helped eliminate tuberculosis in parts of the world is being tested on front-line healthcare workers to see if it offers them any protection against the novel coronavirus. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

India's coronavirus infections cross 7 million

India's coronavirus caseload topped 7 million on Sunday when the health ministry reported 74,383 new infections in the previous 24 hours.

India's coronavirus caseload topped 7 million on Sunday when the health ministry reported 74,383 new infections in the previous 24 hours.

The latest Covid-19 symptom: brain fog

Increasing medical evidence and patient testimony is showing that a small but significant minority of people cannot shake off the effects of the covid-19 months after falling ill. This has been titled ‘Long Covid’ and it can come in many forms, on...

Increasing medical evidence and patient testimony is showing that a small but significant minority of people cannot shake off the effects of the covid-19 months after falling ill. This has been titled ‘Long Covid’ and it can come in many forms, on...

How is Italy faring since its devastating COVID-19 wave?

The World Health Organization is calling Italy an example of best practice in dealing with the coronavirus. Watchdogs are praising both government policies and citizen discipline. DW's Georg Matthes went to Milan to see the people there are faring.

The World Health Organization is calling Italy an example of best practice in dealing with the coronavirus. Watchdogs are praising both government policies and citizen discipline. DW's Georg Matthes went to Milan to see the people there are faring.

Three Christmas markets you should definitely visit this year!

If you love Christmas, then this is the perfect list for you. Not only are these markets beautiful, but the cities they're in have gone to great lengths to keep people safe from COVID-19.

If you love Christmas, then this is the perfect list for you. Not only are these markets beautiful, but the cities they're in have gone to great lengths to keep people safe from COVID-19.

Women 'more concerned about Covid-19 than men'

Women are more concerned about the Covid-19 pandemic than men, a new study has suggested.

Women are more concerned about the Covid-19 pandemic than men, a new study has suggested.

Europe's COVID-19 crisis grows darker

The COVID-19 crisis in Europe is growing darker by the day as winter approaches.

The COVID-19 crisis in Europe is growing darker by the day as winter approaches.

Europe tries to clamp down on surging Covid cases

Europe's biggest states are imposing fresh restrictions to curb the spread of rising coronavirus cases amid a second wave and looming winter season.

Europe's biggest states are imposing fresh restrictions to curb the spread of rising coronavirus cases amid a second wave and looming winter season.

Covid-19 spreads rapidly in northern England

Liverpool, Leeds, Newcastle and Manchester have seen steep rises in cases, mainly clustered around universities.

Liverpool, Leeds, Newcastle and Manchester have seen steep rises in cases, mainly clustered around universities.

What are the new Covid-19 rules in Scotland?

Nicola Sturgeon has announced tough new lockdown restrictions focused on Scotland's hospitality sector as part of a "short, sharp" package of measures aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus. The Scottish First Minister warned the virus would ...

Nicola Sturgeon has announced tough new lockdown restrictions focused on Scotland's hospitality sector as part of a "short, sharp" package of measures aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus. The Scottish First Minister warned the virus would ...

Safe sex during the pandemic

Practicing safe sex has a whole different meaning during a pandemic. Here are some tips for having sex and trying not to catch COVID-19 from your partner.

Practicing safe sex has a whole different meaning during a pandemic. Here are some tips for having sex and trying not to catch COVID-19 from your partner.

Covid-19 lockdown strengthened across Europe

European governments are facing anger, confusion and fatigue as they grapple with rising infections.

European governments are facing anger, confusion and fatigue as they grapple with rising infections.

UK: Data of nearly 16,000 COVID-19 cases lost due to glitch

Coronavirus cases go unreported for a week in the UK after a data system failure.

Coronavirus cases go unreported for a week in the UK after a data system failure.

COVID-19 vaccine trial participants report aches, fevers and chills

COVID-19 vaccine trial participants report aches, fevers and chills

COVID-19 vaccine trial participants report aches, fevers and chills

Trey Songz tests positive for COVID-19

Trey Songz tests positive for COVID-19

Trey Songz tests positive for COVID-19

US states battle new COVID-19 surge as flu season starts

Coronavirus continues to surge across the US, thousands more are infected daily. What is being done about it?

Coronavirus continues to surge across the US, thousands more are infected daily. What is being done about it?

How did President Trump catch COVID?

Jason Rao Executive Director of Health Security Partners and former senior advisor on health to the Obama administration examines how the President may have contracted Coronavirus and what might happen from here.

Jason Rao Executive Director of Health Security Partners and former senior advisor on health to the Obama administration examines how the President may have contracted Coronavirus and what might happen from here.

Amazon says nearly 20,000 of its workers got Coronavirus

The online retail giant announced on Thursday that 19,816 of its US employees have tested positive for coronavirus.

The online retail giant announced on Thursday that 19,816 of its US employees have tested positive for coronavirus.

NBA players react to Trump and First Lady testing positive for COVID-19

It was announced Friday morning that President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, have tested positive for coronavirus.

It was announced Friday morning that President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, have tested positive for coronavirus.

Trump tweets he'll be leaving Walter Reed: 'Don't be afraid of Covid'

Trump tweets he'll be leaving Walter Reed: 'Don't be afraid of Covid'

Trump tweets he'll be leaving Walter Reed: 'Don't be afraid of Covid'

Kayleigh McEnany tests positive for COVID-19

[NFA] White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany is the latest White House staffer to test positive for the coronavirus, following an outbreak that has also infected the president, the first lady, multiple aides and three Republican senators. This

[NFA] White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany is the latest White House staffer to test positive for the coronavirus, following an outbreak that has also infected the president, the first lady, multiple aides and three Republican senators. This

WHO: One in 10 may have caught Covid

Roughly 1 in 10 people may have been infected with COIV-19, leaving the vast majority of the world's population vulnerable to the disease, the World Health Organization said on Monday.

Roughly 1 in 10 people may have been infected with COIV-19, leaving the vast majority of the world's population vulnerable to the disease, the World Health Organization said on Monday.

Coronavirus in numbers: 515,571 confirmed UK cases

The UK has reported 515,571 coronavirus cases and 42,369 deaths, up by 19 from the previous day.

The UK has reported 515,571 coronavirus cases and 42,369 deaths, up by 19 from the previous day.

What we know about long Covid

The effects of long Covid could turn out to be a bigger public health problem than excess deaths, an academic has warned.

The effects of long Covid could turn out to be a bigger public health problem than excess deaths, an academic has warned.

Covid-19 has sparked a plastic pandemic

The pandemic has not only sparked a rush for plastic, but intensified a price war between recycled and new plastic - a war that recyclers worldwide are losing.

The pandemic has not only sparked a rush for plastic, but intensified a price war between recycled and new plastic - a war that recyclers worldwide are losing.

Error caused UK to miss over 15,000 Covid cases

The UK government has promised a technical glitch in its coronavirus testing system has been fixed, after it caused a delay in counting positive cases and transferring data to contact tracers.

The UK government has promised a technical glitch in its coronavirus testing system has been fixed, after it caused a delay in counting positive cases and transferring data to contact tracers.

Covid-19 survivor Alyssa Milano leads celebrity reactions to Donald Trump's diagnosis

Covid-19 survivor Alyssa Milano reacted to Donald Trump's coronavirus diagnosis on social media by insisting she wouldn't wish this virus on her worst enemy.

Covid-19 survivor Alyssa Milano reacted to Donald Trump's coronavirus diagnosis on social media by insisting she wouldn't wish this virus on her worst enemy.

Boris Johnson: It will be bumpy until Christmas and beyond

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said it is "going to continue to be bumpy through to Christmas, it may even be bumpy beyond". He told the BBC's Andrew Marr Show: "I appreciate the fatigue that people are experiencing... but we have to work together,...

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said it is "going to continue to be bumpy through to Christmas, it may even be bumpy beyond". He told the BBC's Andrew Marr Show: "I appreciate the fatigue that people are experiencing... but we have to work together,...

Coronavirus: more diagnosed in White House cluster

US president Donald Trump's campaign manager is one of the latest to be diagnosed with COVID-19 as the White House cluster continues to grow.

US president Donald Trump's campaign manager is one of the latest to be diagnosed with COVID-19 as the White House cluster continues to grow.

India's virus deaths pass 100,000

India's death toll from the novel coronavirus rose past 100,000 on Saturday, only the third country in the world to reach that bleak milestone, after the United States and Brazil, and its epidemic shows no sign of abating.

India's death toll from the novel coronavirus rose past 100,000 on Saturday, only the third country in the world to reach that bleak milestone, after the United States and Brazil, and its epidemic shows no sign of abating.

Dominic Raab tells Tory conference he feared the PM could have died from Covid-19

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab tells the virtual Conservative Party conference he feared Boris Johnson could have died after he was admitted to intensive care with Covid-19. Mr Raab stood in for the Prime Minister during his time in intensive ca...

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab tells the virtual Conservative Party conference he feared Boris Johnson could have died after he was admitted to intensive care with Covid-19. Mr Raab stood in for the Prime Minister during his time in intensive ca...

Will Trump's illness help others take COVID more seriously? | Inside Story

Donald Trump has been moved to a military hospital outside Washington DC.

Donald Trump has been moved to a military hospital outside Washington DC.

Ardern wishes Trump well, votes in general election

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern sent her "best wishes for a speedy recovery" to U.S. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania on Saturday who had both tested positive for the coronavirus.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern sent her "best wishes for a speedy recovery" to U.S. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania on Saturday who had both tested positive for the coronavirus.

Coronavirus in numbers: World deaths hit 1,029,969

Worldwide Covid-19 deaths have reached 1,029,969 according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

Worldwide Covid-19 deaths have reached 1,029,969 according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

What happens when a president is too sick to work?

Donald Trump is currently in hospital with Covid-19 and his team say he will continue working while receiving treatment But what happens if the President becomes too ill to work?

Donald Trump is currently in hospital with Covid-19 and his team say he will continue working while receiving treatment But what happens if the President becomes too ill to work?

Boris Johnson sure Donald Trump will come through coronavirus 'very well'

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he is sure US President Donald Trump will "come through it very well" as he is treated for Covid-19 in hospital.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he is sure US President Donald Trump will "come through it very well" as he is treated for Covid-19 in hospital.

Donald Trump posts video message before hospital visit

US President Donald Trump has posted a message thanking people for support after his coronavirus diagnosis before he attends hospital.

US President Donald Trump has posted a message thanking people for support after his coronavirus diagnosis before he attends hospital.

Expert outlines procedure should Trump become incapacitated due to Covid-19

Dr Nigel Bowles, Senior Research Fellow at Corpus Christi College, explains what would happen if President Trump were to become incapacitated ahead of an election, after it was announced that he had contracted coronavirus.

Dr Nigel Bowles, Senior Research Fellow at Corpus Christi College, explains what would happen if President Trump were to become incapacitated ahead of an election, after it was announced that he had contracted coronavirus.

Donald Trump in 'high-risk' category of coronavirus patients

Political reporter Julia Manchester says 74-year-old Donald Trump is "automatically in that high-risk category" having contracted coronavirus. The President is also clinically obese, which also places him in the high-risk category.

Political reporter Julia Manchester says 74-year-old Donald Trump is "automatically in that high-risk category" having contracted coronavirus. The President is also clinically obese, which also places him in the high-risk category.

Trump and wife Melania test positive for COVID-19

U.S. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump tested positive for COVID-19, he said in a tweet early on Friday.

U.S. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump tested positive for COVID-19, he said in a tweet early on Friday.

The high-profile figures who have breached coronavirus restrictions

A Scottish National Party MP has become the latest high-profile figure to breach Covid-19 restrictions. Who are the other public figures known to have found themselves in the spotlight over lockdown rules?

A Scottish National Party MP has become the latest high-profile figure to breach Covid-19 restrictions. Who are the other public figures known to have found themselves in the spotlight over lockdown rules?

Coronavirus: Trans-tasman travel bubble that won’t include WA

Kiwis will soon have more freedom to travel around the country than West Australians under a trans-Tasman travel bubble that will not include Western Australians.

Kiwis will soon have more freedom to travel around the country than West Australians under a trans-Tasman travel bubble that will not include Western Australians.

Trump's COVID diagnosis rattles global markets

Stocks fell after news that U.S. President Donald Trump has COVID-19, with money flowing into the Japanese yen and other perceived safe havens.

Stocks fell after news that U.S. President Donald Trump has COVID-19, with money flowing into the Japanese yen and other perceived safe havens.

Testing positive for Covid-19 undermines Trump's message on virus, says expert

Julie Norman, lecturer at University College London's Centre on US Politics reacts to the news that Donald Trump has tested positive for Covid-19.

Julie Norman, lecturer at University College London's Centre on US Politics reacts to the news that Donald Trump has tested positive for Covid-19.

Trump and wife Melania test positive for COVID-19

U.S. President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump, and advisor Hope Hicks have all tested positive for COVID-19. It means others at the highest levels of government may have also been exposed, along with members of the public.

U.S. President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump, and advisor Hope Hicks have all tested positive for COVID-19. It means others at the highest levels of government may have also been exposed, along with members of the public.

Loss of smell 'most common Covid-19 symptom'

Losing your sense of smell could be the most common Covid-19 symptom, a new study has suggested.

Losing your sense of smell could be the most common Covid-19 symptom, a new study has suggested.

Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll rises to 42,268

The UK has reported 467,146 coronavirus cases and 42,268 deaths, up by 66 from the previous day.

The UK has reported 467,146 coronavirus cases and 42,268 deaths, up by 66 from the previous day.

Plane with mask sends not-so-subtle message to fliers

As Americans butt heads over wearing masks on airplanes, this Indonesian airline is sending a clear message. Garuda Indonesia painted a huge blue mask on the nose of this A330.

As Americans butt heads over wearing masks on airplanes, this Indonesian airline is sending a clear message. Garuda Indonesia painted a huge blue mask on the nose of this A330.