UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says retailers will be able to begin reopening in England next month.
A German tourist who came perilously close to dying from COVID-19 was given a hero’s salute as he walked out of Joondalup Health Campus having made a miraculous recovery.
Harsh statewide shutdown measures are unlikely to be reimposed, with coronavirus outbreaks to prompt local containment.
The WA scientific community have rallied together around COVID-19 and the response has exceeded expectations.
Raquel de Brito
Mental health and suicide in boys, men and particularly new fathers will be among the key focuses of the federal government’s multi-million dollar research and prevention commitment.
Community sports have been given a road map for a safe return to the sporting field as the nation continues to ease COVID-19 restrictions.
Eighty days, 100 deaths and an uncertain future. The coronavirus has changed the world, and one thing scientists all agree on is there’s no telling when the pandemic will end.
Nurse and midwife Keri Bignell is almost five months pregnant, but that hasn’t stopped her going to work at Perth’s maternity hospital throughout the coronavirus pandemic to help other mums-to-be.
Rebecca Parish’s hard-hitting and deeply personal story about her darkest times shows why talking about mental health is now more important than ever.
South Australia's 'more flexible' stage two guidelines will be released on Monday, allowing more businesses to prepare for trading by June 5.
Antimalaria drugs that US President Donald Trump has touted for treatment of COVID-19 have been linked to an increased risk of death and heart ailments.
Joondalup nurse Mandy Rostron describes the fear and uncertainty that came with treating infected cruise ship passengers, saying the last two months have been the ‘toughest’ of her life.’
The UK government has pointed to a study that suggests 17 per cent of London residents have in the past been infected with the coronavirus.
Federal minister Christian Porter has warned states if they keep their borders closed too long they'll miss out on a tourism-led recovery.
Katina Curtis, AAP Senior Political Writer
If you’ve struggled to give up smoking and envied those who make it look easy, the reason you’ve failed could lie in your genes.
Health experts are warning people not to touch possums after the first probable case of the rare and highly infectious disease tularaemia in a NSW resident.
WA’s Chief Health Officer Andrew Robertson has revealed what needs to happen in all other states before the McGowan Government considers reopening WA to the rest of the country.
Peter de Kruijff
South Australia is lifting some coronavirus restrictions on Friday with indoor dining at cafes and restaurants allowed, along with alcohol, for up to 10 people.
Emily Cosenza and Tim Dornin
China is insisting a resolution passed by the World Health Assembly last night calling for an independent review of the pandemic response is ‘completely different’ from Australia’s calls for a probe.
Health Minister Greg Hunt has stood firm in maintaining that Australia “provided the resolve” for a coronavirus inquiry despite the Chinese embassy claiming such links are “nothing more than a joke”.
The Australian government has welcomed the passing of a 'landmark resolution' by the World Health Assembly for an independent review into the coronavirus.
A motion calling for a international inquiry into the coronavirus has been passed by the powerful World Health Assembly with the support of China.
Donald Trump has warned the World Health Organisation if it does not reform he will reconsider US membership, a move which China has called blame shifting
Premier Steven Marshall says South Australia will open its borders when other jurisdictions record no new cases or community transmission.
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