Take a 19th century German scientist, a 21st century disease and add internet: the result is a dangerous upsurge in Covid-denial nonsense.
Siouxsie Wiles explains why she immunises, and the commitment you make to the community when you do.
A small but vocal movement calling for the end of lockdown restrictions is gaining steam globally. Dr Siouxsie Wiles explains why such an approach would be a bad idea.
The case of a person who tested positive almost a week after leaving managed isolation has highlighted the need to keep tracking those who have been through MIQ.
Misinformation about the effectiveness of the test is swirling, but in fact the PCR is both reliable and critical in taking on the virus.
Approaching the person you’re concerned about with humility and kindness, and reminding them of the values you share, gives you the best chance of helping them.
How Covid-19 plays out doesn't just depend on the relationship between the virus and the host – it also depends on the environment.
Despite the re-emergence of the virus, and the sacrifices our response demands, it remains absolutely the best approach for us.
A range of new measures are under consideration, covering the border, isolation and testing. Siouxsie Wiles assesses the options, and the opposition proposals.
The simple rules for wearing face masks during levels two and three – and how they can effectively limit the spread of Covid-19
Without a state-wide lockdown, Victoria runs a very high risk of having to do it all again in a few months’ time.
Results of two vaccine trials are in and the news is encouraging. Here's what it all means, and what happens next.
Anxiety is totally understandable, and there have been a few own goals. But what we’re seeing is no great surprise, and it’s no time to panic.