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As Victoria recorded a coronavirus milestone with no active cases, another virus is sweeping through Melbourne’s suburbs.
While it is nowhere near as serious as COVID-19, the virus is making life difficult for many families and can be dangerous for the young and elderly.
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) produces a number of the same symptoms as the common cold, including respiratory distress, runny nose, cough and fever.
India recorded 260,000 fresh coronavirus cases last week - one of the worst weekly increases since the pandemic began early last year.
Results from the long-awaited US trial of the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid vaccine are out and confirm that the shot is both safe and highly effective.
People may need to wear face coverings and socially distance for several years until we return to normality, a leading epidemiologist has predicted.
The US drug company Moderna has begun studying its Covid-19 vaccine in children aged six months to 11 years old.
Brazil is experiencing a historic collapse of its health service as intensive care units in hospitals run out of capacity, its leading health institute, Fiocruz, has warned.
Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, has said that if Covid vaccine supplies in Europe do not improve, the EU "will reflect whether exports to countries who have higher vaccination rates than us are still proportionate".
Prime Minister Scott Morrison confirmed the rollout on Wednesday, which will include essential personal protective equipment.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has urged countries not to pause Covid vaccinations, as several major EU member states halted their rollouts of the Oxford-AstraZeneca jab.
The leaders of the US, Australia, India and Japan have agreed to deliver one billion doses of coronavirus vaccine to much of Asia by the end of 2022.