The latest snapshot of COVID-19 cases, measures and impacts in Australia at 1830 AEDT on Sunday, January 24, 2021.
It appears COVID-19 has slipped out of New Zealand’s border regime and into the community, with the discovery of a new ‘probable’ case in Northland.
It appears COVID-19 has slipped out of New Zealand's border regime and into the community, with the discovery of a new 'probable' case in Northland.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg insists Australia is still on track to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine from February, as new figures suggest people are more than happy to get their jab.
Victoria's sole new COVID-19 case is not linked to the Australian Open, with a reclassification lowering the tournament's infection total back to nine.
High immunisation rates of children suggest Australians more broadly will be keen to take their COVID-19 jab when it becomes available.
NSW has recorded its seventh consecutive day without a new locally-acquired COVID-19 case, but authorities are concerned that testing rates remain too low.
Sophie Westlake's husband's autoimmune disease prompted her to invent a COVID-19-killing disinfectant that has the approval of the TGA.
As Portuguese voters prepare to pick new president, many fear going to the polls could worsen a surge in coronavirus cases.
Italy has lashed out at suppliers of COVID-19 vaccines after Rome was forced to cut its daily rollout of COVID-19 shots by more than two thirds.
The State’s peak medical body has revealed an extensive pre-election wish list it wants both major parties to commit to, including more hospital beds and mental health crisis units.
The number of Australians researching separation and divorce spiked as COVID-19 lockdowns and financial stresses put relationships under major strain.
Tunisia has extended its coronavirus curfew and banned protests as it tries to stem a rapid rise in infections and calm tensions over economic troubles.
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French doctors have urged people to avoid talking on public transport to curb coronavirus, while in the Netherlands a curfew has been brought in.
Doctors are calling for UK authorities to cut the gap between doses of the Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine to six weeks from up to 12.
Iran, the Middle East's worst-hit country from coronavirus, will begin vaccinations in the coming weeks, the country's president says.
China has marked the anniversary of the world's first coronavirus lockdown as it battles its worst outbreak since March 2020.
Life has largely returned to normal in Wuhan as it marks the anniversary of the world's first coronavirus lockdown in the central Chinese city.
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The latest snapshot of COVID-19 cases, measures and impacts in Australia at 1730 AEDT on Saturday, January 23, 2021.
A coronavirus lockdown, affecting about 10,000 residents in a neighbourhood in Kowloon, has come into immediate effect in Hong Kong.
Western Australia and Victoria have relaxed border restrictions with NSW after the state recorded a sixth straight day without a local virus case.
The Victorian government has further lifted coronavirus restrictions, with the cap on household visitors rising from 15 people to 30.
There is "some evidence" that the coronavirus variant that was first detected in the UK could be deadlier than the original, the Prime Minister says.
Hundreds of US National Guard members, deployed to Washington DC to keep Joe Biden's inauguration secure, have tested positive to the coronavirus.
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