UNSW academics assess the medical, economic and social impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
There are fears a Coronavirus pandemic could lead to human rights abuses.
Consult all sectors on COVID-19 response, global policy expert says.
Health authorities estimate each infectious person could pass the virus onto two others. Photo: Jerome Favre/AAP
There's no evidence you can spread the novel coronavirus before showing symptoms, but one study suggests it's possible for children and young people to be infectious without ever having symptoms.
Wuhan, the city at the centre of the coronavirus outbreak, has been using technology to deal with the impact on its population. Image from Shutterstock
The same technological forces that make the Wuhan outbreak a global concern are also key to managing the crisis response.
Supermarkets across Australia have introduced a purchase limit on toilet paper to prevent stockpiling.
If you were stranded on a desert island and could only access one item – would you choose toilet paper?
Q&A with Professor Mary-Louise McLaws from UNSW Medicine about COVID-19 and how it compares to SARS and when we can expect a vaccine.
For up to date information on COVID-19, please visit the NSW Health website: https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/Infectious/diseases/Pages/coronavirus.aspx
People who can’t work in their job because of illness can currently apply for Sickness Allowance, but it won't go far. Image from Shutterstock.
One quarter of Australian workers have no paid sick leave. They are more likely than most to work in service industries, dealing with people face to face.
COVID-19 brings a significant pressure test for governments, businesses and the public, affecting both demand and supply in trade.
Professor of Economics Gigi Foster, UNSW Business School.
Professor of Economics Gigi Foster from UNSW Business School provides her insights on a potential economic uptick as a result of COVID-19.