Australian authorities are on high alert after detecting the highly infectious Delta coronavirus variant for the first time in the country, sparking concerns cases could spike.
The coronavirus has killed over 2.5 million people and infected more than 113 million globally. Here are the virus-related developments for February 26:
The outbreak leaked from an airport hotel that was housing international travellers undergoing mandatory quarantine and has so far infected 13 people, including hotel staff and their families.
The novel coronavirus pandemic has infected more than 100 million people around the world, with over 2.1 million fatalities. Here are updates for January 27:
The announcement was to be made on Sunday, but was cancelled because of an outbreak of cases reported in Melbourne.
The coronavirus pandemic has killed over a million people and infected more than 34.5 million worldwide. Here are the developments for October 2:
The coronavirus pandemic has killed over 990,000 people and infected more than 32.6 million worldwide. Here are the latest coronavirus-related developments for September 25:
Students of New South Wales, the most populous state, and the northern state of Queensland began going back to school on a limited basis to lessen the risk of spreading the illness, state leaders said.
Death toll from coronavirus pandemic crosses 269,000, with confirmed cases exceeding 3.8 million infections. Here are the developments on the pandemic for May 7, 2020.
The COVIDSafe app uses a phone's Bluetooth wireless signal to store information about people's interactions, and can be accessed by health officials if a person contracts coronavirus.
The coronavirus serves as a reminder that diseases are political as well as biological.
Budget repair after years of deficits was a key promise ahead of last year’s election but Treasurer Josh Frydenberg sidestepped a question about whether the promised $3.4 billion surplus for the year to June 2020 could be delivered.
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