The coronavirus is not only affecting the way we live, it’s also dramatically affecting the way we die.
Even before COVID-19, the Australian economy was tepid, with the bushfires and weak wages growth dampening consumer spending.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced religious congregations to stay at home after the doors have been closed to their churches, synagogues, mosques, temples and gurdwaras across Australia.
The government is hoping at least 40% of the population will make use of the app, designed to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus disease.
As we continue to navigate the coronavirus pandemic, many hospitals and health services are actually less busy than usual.
Could telecommunications technology offer a more targeted approach to controlling the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus?