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Hopes that the Amazon city of Manaus had achieved herd immunity have been dashed.
In search of a simple answer to the pandemic, Covid-sceptics have put their faith in a drug for which there is no positive evidence.
Use the New Statesman's trackers to monitor the state of the global effort to vaccinate the world against Covid-19.
Private trauma has been overshadowed by the public health emergency, leading many to feel their individual troubles count for less.
Evolution has always been indifferent to the myth of inevitable human progress. Now, in the age of Covid-19, it has turned against us.
Nearly one year on from the first Covid-19 lockdown, our ability to grieve has been stunted. Now we are about to be confronted with the reality.
Six cases of the mutation have been found in Britain. But how worried should we be?
Low take-up of the vaccine in Europe has followed weeks of misinformation from politicians and the media.
Why Israel's introduction of vaccine certificates could prove difficult to emulate.
As lockdowns encourage people to turn to technology for social connection, distraction and exercise, VR no longer seems an overpriced or mystifying pastime.
Economists predict a new "Roaring Twenties" boom post-lockdown. But after the road-map announcement, I felt a trickle of fear between my ribs.