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How China used the media to spread its COVID narrative — and win friends around the world

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By Sarah Legge, Australian National University; Chris Dickman, University of Sydney; Jaana Dielenberg, The University of Queensland; John Read; John Woinarski, Charles...
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How rare are blood clots after the AstraZeneca vaccine? What should you look out for? And how are they treated?

By Karlheinz Peter, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute and James McFadyen, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute With COVID-19 community...

How China used the media to spread its COVID narrative — and win friends around the world

By Julia Bergin, The University of Melbourne At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Chinese President Xi Jinping enjoyed...

COVID in Brisbane: 3-day lockdown begins as authorities scramble to find missing links Catherine Bennett, Deakin University