Covid Research stories

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...
21
Jul
2020

COVID-19 could see thousands of women miss out on having kids, creating a demographic disaster for Australia

COVID-19 lockdowns have led to suggestions there could be a “coronial” baby boom. But while a baby boom as a side effect of the...
04
Jun
2020

There’s another health crisis looming – what happens when the pokies switch back on?

When the COVID-19 restrictions came into force more than two months ago, it meant lights out for the country’s 200,000 poker machines. Now...
29
May
2020

Work and wellbeing bounce back during coronavirus crisis

Government measures to arrest the economic impact of COVID-19 have helped stop further job losses and declines in working hours, new...
28
May
2020

Millennial mental health toll spikes during Covid

There has been a spike in severe psychological distress in young Australian adults under 35, according to new analysis from The Australian...

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