Siouxsie Wiles explains the state of Covid-19 in New Zealand, the risks we face in alert level two, and some simple ways we can keep safe.
It’s all about the lag. We’d be idiots to throw away what we’ve achieved.
If you think we are immune in NZ, according to its website, we have two 'chapters' of Genesis II. Both say they're selling MMS.
Even after weeks of lockdown, people are still testing positive. Here’s why that is – and why getting tested swiftly if you have symptoms is really important.
The American president suggested injecting or inhaling disinfectant could cure people of Covid-19. Dr Wiles says absolutely not, Mr Trump.
NZ is pursuing an 'elimination strategy'. But that word, as with many terms in science, may not be the same as its common usage.
With hundreds of testing alternatives available, it is crucial that we pay close attention to the what is in play, and which are most effective.
According to a group of academics, the New Zealand response doesn't match the threat posed by Covid-19 and should be substantially loosened.
Yes, put on a mask if you're heading into a supermarket or to access other essential services. There's just one very big 'but'.
Siouxsie Wiles on the vitriolic correspondence she's received since Covid-19 struck, and the realities of communicating evidence.
Some countries are now using a serology test, which uses blood or serum samples to look for antibodies produced in response to the virus.