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COVID pandemic: Three years on, and nobody wants to talk about it (and why we should)5 min read
The world has mentally moved on from the pandemic, but the ramifications are still widespread. And there’s a lot we can learn.
Three years on, the COVID pandemic may never end – but the public health impact is becoming more manageable5 min read
The WHO first described COVID as a pandemic on March 11, 2020. Where are we at, three years later?
Where is the next COVID variant, pi?5 min read
After a year of omicron variants, will we ever see a new variant of concern? A virologist explains why omicron is continuing to dominate.
Our current COVID vaccines could soon be updated to target new variants.5 min read
Against omicron, many of us will have minimal neutralising antibodies left after infection because of the variant’s ability to rapidly mutate. It may be time for a new generation of COVID vaccines.
Severe COVID is equivalent to 20 years of ageing.5 min read
A new study finds that the cognitive loss from severe COVID is the same as losing 10 IQ points.
When it comes to a deadly virus, ignorance is not bliss – Experts.7 min read
The views of experts and health professionals on the consequences of ending free testing, “living with the virus”, the situation with long COVID, and the “herd immunity” myth.
People who’ve had COVID appear more likely to develop diabetes.5 min read
A number of recent studies indicate people who have had COVID are more likely to be diagnosed with diabetes.