COVID-19

Holly Seale

Associate Professor Holly Seale has been recognised for her contribution to public health in developing a COVID-19 vaccination glossary and training program targeting people from diverse backgrounds.

A male blood donor's arm

New research estimates proportion of the adult population in Australia with evidence of past infection following the Omicron wave.

A male store official asks two men to show QR codes to gain entry

Many countries are winding back COVID-19 restrictions, but governments should be continuing to promote the importance of voluntary mask use and catching up outdoors.

scott morrison

We interviewed 80 Australians from a wide range of ages and backgrounds about how the government handled the pandemic. Their responses were mixed.

young woman confused expression with arms and hands raised

More than two years into the pandemic the world is a very different place. But this only partly explains different people’s responses to COVID.

CEO looks out of the window reflecting

Future CEOs will require extra skills to successfully manage themselves and their organisations, says UNSW Business School’s Frederik Anseel.

mrna

mRNA is the key ingredient in COVID-19 vaccines. But what is it, and how does it work?

Close-up of a bag of blood on a drip stand in a hospital

New research will estimate the proportion of the population who have been infected with COVID-19 - even if they didn’t have symptoms or get a test.

A woman scientist uses a pipette to deliver substances to multiple test-tubes

Researchers at the Kirby Institute have received an MRFF grant to determine the best time for COVID-19 boosters for people starting immunosuppression. 

An open kit called The Extractor designed to extract venom from bites and stings

If what you’re reading seems too good to be true, it probably is.

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