Covid Research stories

14
Dec
2020

COVID misery burns through billions in life satisfaction

Australian adults have lost the equivalent of $338 billion in life satisfaction due to COVID-19, according to new analysis from The...
10
Nov
2020

Sharp decline in mental health for young Australians

COVID-19 is continuing to lead to worsening mental health outcomes for young Australians, with the highest levels of psychological distress...
04
Nov
2020

Lack of pandemic ethics set to bite Trump in the election rump

US President Donald Trump has failed to protect his citizens from the ravages of COVID-19 and should be judged harshly for it on election...
12
Oct
2020

Racism affects young multicultural Australians in Victoria

Most young people in Victoria from multicultural backgrounds are experiencing the effects of a “racism pandemic” and are worried about...
24
Sep
2020

Australians say health workers should get COVID jab first

Australians say frontline healthcare workers and aged and disability carers should be the first to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, according to...
09
Sep
2020

How do we answer the big questions of 2020?

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to ask difficult questions about the economy, our health and the value of life itself. Pandemic Ethics...
03
Sep
2020

Worry increases, distancing decreases with COVID second wave

Victoria's COVID-19 second-wave outbreak and related lockdown has seen a spike in anxiety and worry among Australians everywhere, but...

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