Pharmacists get new powers on prescriptions

Pharmacists have been given new and extended powers to assist in the safe provision of services during

Shopping smart while in lockdown

We're being told to minimise our trips to supermarkets and stores, but how to ensure fresh produce

For public transport to keep running, operators must find ways to outlast coronavirus

How long can the public transport sector keep running with so few commuters?

Australians urged to come together and beat COVID-19 now

Researchers are calling on five million Australians to track and beat COVID-19.

How telehealth can help you and keep medicos safe

Coronavirus telehealth measures are vital for both doctors and older Australians.

How to make self-isolation less lonely if you live alone

Social distancing doesn't have to be anti-social.

Patients still carry COVID-19 long after symptoms clear

Study finds patients still had coronavirus for up to eight days after symptoms disappeared.

Shoppers rush to buy seeds and seedlings

The coronavirus pandemic leads to unprecedented sales of seeds, seedlings and edible plants.

Rapid COVID-19 testing kits will be available by early April

New testing kits that deliver results in 15 minutes will be available in Australia soon.

Government may start tracking your phones

Location history data from the mobile phones of confirmed cases could help track and trace the

Kaye reflects on COVID-19

You don't know what you've got ‘til it's gone …

Over-70s told to stay at home under strict new lockdown measures

Parks and playgrounds closed; gatherings of more than two people effectively outlawed.

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