The coronavirus crisis in aged care. Victoria records its lowest daily increase in COVID-19 cases for more than three weeks. A look at the future of jobs in manufacturing, energy and technology. Plus, satire from Mark Humphries.
Disadvantaged members of the community are among the hardest hit by coronavirus. What will Australia's workforce look like in 2025? Russia says it has approved a COVID-19 vaccine. Dr Norman Swan takes a look.
While everyone is struggling with the new normal, it's a particularly daunting time for people dealing with major life events that can't be put on hold. What will education look like in 2025? Governments are spending up big on infrastructure projects.
The AMA demand better protection for frontline health workers treating COVID patients. Dr Norman Swan looks at the importance of cleaning surfaces to avoid COVID-19. Coronavirus patients discover some unexpected side effects.
We meet three Victorians adjusting to life under lockdown. How families in Melbourne are coping with the new childcare rules. Plus, Leigh Sales speaks with Magda Szubanski about how life has changed in Melbourne.
Victoria's hospital system is likely to reach capacity within weeks, according to an emergency doctor. Are young people getting the message about coronavirus COVID-19? The massive explosion that has devastated Lebanon's capital Beirut.
Hundreds of new daily coronavirus COVID-19 cases in Victoria are making it harder for contact tracers to track down people who may be infected. The Victorian aged care disaster. A major breakthrough in the early detection of Alzheimer's disease.
On the frontline of the coronavirus COVID-19 fight in Melbourne, we hear from health professionals in hospitals. Norman Swan on the challenges facing contact tracers. Plus, the economic shockwaves from Victoria's outbreak continue.
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We look into Victoria's hotel quarantine system. There are now more than 800 cases of coronavirus COVID-19 linked to aged care in Victoria. With Olympic dreams on hold, many athletes have returned to full-time work.
Grandmother dies after catching coronavirus following hospital stay. COVID-19 cases surge in the US state of Florida. In the NSW town of Wamberal a number of houses are at risk of falling into the sea.
Many people testing positive for COVID-19 are frontline health workers. Dr Norman Swan looks at how people have coronavirus but are asymptomatic. Hand sanitiser manufacturers have been warned not to breach the rules.
Experts say mixed messages about coronavirus COVID-19 have left the public confused about when to isolate. The FIFO families kept apart by state border closures. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg reveals the biggest budget deficit since World War II.
NSW is grappling with a series of coronavirus outbreaks. If a COVID-19 vaccine is found, what would happen next? Dr Norman Swan takes a look.
A security guard who worked at a quarantine hotel in Melbourne speaks out. The federal government's changes to JobKeeper and JobSeeker are announced. Plus, Leigh Sales interviews Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
We go inside Victoria's intensive care units as they work around the clock to keep COVID-19 patients alive. Plus Dr Norman Swan looks at the spike in coronavirus cases in Victoria and NSW.
As Melbourne enters its second week of lockdown there's no let up in sight, with Victoria recording its biggest tally of new cases. The Morrison government has announced a new skills package they've dubbed JobTrainer.
Business are worried about their chances of surviving a second COVID-19 lockdown in Melbourne and beyond, if the virus spreads. Plus Dr Norman Swan talks about three new things we now know about the coronavirus.
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