For many months, experts have been sounding the alarm on the problem of poorly ventilated hotels.
- by Aisha Dow
The Prime Minister warned MPs not to be complacent about the pandemic.
- by David Crowe
Some believers have been going to cow shelters once a week to cover their bodies in cow dung and urine in the hope it will boost their immunity against,
- by Amit Dave
India has recorded 22.66 million COVID-19 cases and 246,116 deaths as hospitals run out of oxygen and beds and morgues and crematoria overflow.
The slow vaccine rollout has made Africa’s hunt for new variants, which tend to emerge where spread goes unchecked, more urgent.
- by Lesley Wroughton and Max Bearak
Mucormycosis is caused by a mould that thrives in wet environments and can attack through the respiratory tract, potentially eroding facial structures and harming the brain.
- by Mujib Mashal
The political dynamic is fuzzy and there’s no certainty that any of the government’s missteps are having an impact on voters.
- by Sean Kelly
India’s COVID-19 deaths rose by more than 4000 for a second consecutive day on Sunday as calls for a nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of the virus mounted.
- by Abhirup Roy and Aishwarya Nair
It’s horrifying to see the ease with which leaders propose sending Australians to Christmas Island to quarantine at a detention centre so awful it’s meant to deter asylum seekers.
- by Latika Bourke
A Sydney woman said her father died from COVID-19 in India after being “abandoned” by the Australian government.
- by Carrie Fellner and Nigel Gladstone
The decision to make it a criminal offence for Australians to try to return home from India has shamed Coalition MPs, but they fear speaking out against it.
- by Rob Harris