Demography in the time of COVID-19

Demography in the time of COVID-19
Wednesday 1 April 2020

As the global COVID-19 pandemic continues to onfold, information on contributions from researchers at the ANU School Demography will be kept updated here. 

How much has Australia really flattened the curve of coronavirus? Until we keep better records, we don’t know (The Conversation, 16 April 2020) - written by  Adjunct Prof Bryan Rodgers

Demographer appointed to expert taskforce on COVID recovery (ANU School of Demography, 8 April 2020)

'The only thing that will really allow life as we once knew it to resume is a vaccine,' says Dr Norman Swan (ABC 7.30 Report, 6 April 2020) - includes charts created by Adjunct Prof Bryan Rodgers

Coronavirus border closures will grind Australia’s population growth to a halt, experts suggest (Domain, 5 April 2020) - with perspective from Prof James Raymer

The puzzle of coronavirus: a huge variation in rates of death and severe disease across the globe (The Sydney Morning Herald, 4 April 2020) - with perspective from Prof Heather Booth


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