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The total number of coronavirus cases has doubled for a second consecutive day in Tonga as it copes with its first community outbreak since the start of the pandemic.
Two people in the East of England have been diagnosed with Lassa fever, an acute viral illness, after travelling to West Africa.
The WHO's regional director says the situation is entering a "plausible end game".
New WHO figures show coronavirus cases fell 17 per cent worldwide over the last week compared to the previous week.
The mutated strain’s effects are more severe, and it is more transmissible — but drugs are still effective against it.
Suddenly we are all talking about immunity - but how much do we really understand? Science writer and YouTuber Philipp Dettmer unpicks one of the most common misconceptions.
The emergence of a new sub variant in Australia has put health authorities on alert.
Australian HIV diagnoses have hit an all-time low, with the country in sight of eliminating transmissions. It's a legacy of Australia's early, effective response, reports Gary Nunn from Sydney.
The World Health Organization has urged people to cancel some of their holiday plans to protect public health, as the Omicron variant spreads globally.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says there won't be any new COVID-19 restrictions in England before Christmas, but other countries in Europe have announced measures to try to combat the Omicron strain.