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The use of face masks is becoming more common, but do they really protect against coronavirus?


UNSW Business School Associate Professor Mark Humphery-Jenner discusses the global economic impact of the novel coronavirus.

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The 1918 Spanish Flu, the 1957-1958 Asian Flu and the 2001-2002 SARS pandemic give us a frame of reference.

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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.