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More questions than answers

Escapism proves hard to find for Jono Hornby. The diarist muses on communal living with “bloody academics” and journalists and how even at a family birthday celebration, subjects like social

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Alas poor Yorick:
Musings on masks and mortality by top medic

Some of us will survive the coronavirus pandemic. Some of us will not. In the meantime, wear a mask, says respected  physician Dr Jonas Sharma.

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‘Speed science’ and online rumour blur fact and fiction

Battling to cope with the incessant hum of contradictory Covid-19 messages and information? Fatima Khan guides us through the minefield.

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Climate for change

‘Coronavirus a dress rehearsal and a call to action’

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Coronavirus lockdown in pictures

WAITING FOR BETTER DAYS: A woman sits alone on a chair outside a restaurant in Da Nang, in central Vietnam. Picture: © www.iancarbutt.com

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A dream deferred

Locked down in Vietnam, Roving Reporters’ Bootlegging Baldy, aka Ian Carbutt, defers his dream . . .

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Sense and sensibility

Jono Hornby wallows in a mass of self-contradictions, waxes philosophical about art and worries about the future… not least his waning beer stocks. This forms part of Roving Reporters’ Coronavirus

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Boeing, Boeing, gone:
Jet-set spread the disease, but it’s the poor who pay

The coronavirus puts communities least able to deal with it at greatest risk. Expect more economic migration, sustainability crises and other maladies, writes environmentalist Dr Andrew Venter.