Queensland-based biotech company Microbio had developed a test that could, according to media reports, tell whether someone is a COVID-19 superspreader.
There have been a few cases where a patient got sick with the coronavirus after already recovering. But experts say we shouldn’t worry for now.
One in five people could be walking around with “silent” COVID-19, according to a study.
How and when should you tell someone you may have exposed them to COVID-19?
At least eight people who gathered at the White House on September 26 have tested positive after hugging, shaking hands and foregoing masks.
The announcement of Trump’s positive diagnosis has led to arguably the most extensive case of collective schadenfreude in human history.
The president’s illness brought sympathy, but boosted the prognosis that the U.S. is a mess.
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has approved a new kind of COVID-19 test, which can produce results in as little as 15 minutes, as opposed to a day or more for standard tests.
This begs two main questions: should this alter our view on how best to contain the spread of COVID-19, and are there any limitations to the study that we should be aware of?
Evidence suggests nearly half of all COVID-19 cases may be without symptoms.