Lockdowns enabled governments to treat homelessness as a public health emergency. Now a new report details how we can end homelessness in the long term.
Top COVID-19 news stories: WHO outlines plan to end COVID emergency phase; Shanghai to test all residents; Restrictions ease in Switzerland, Korea, Italy.
To exit the current public health emergency, European countries need to adopt measures to control COVID-19 transmission without imposing severe restrictions.
Following the pandemic, the Great Resignation and mass quitting in the US could be a symptom of a much wider concern: the state of American mental health.
The Omicron BA.2 variant is now the dominant strain of COVID-19 around the world and causing virus levels to rise significantly in some countries.
Top COVID-19 news stories: Shanghai enters lockdown; Singapore to lift quarantine requirements for vaccinated travellers; countries roll out second COVID-19 vaccine booster doses.
Government response is key in times of global crisis. But new research shows trust is an essential factor in mitigating the impact of external threats.
A new COVID-19 variant has emerged, called Deltacron. It is a hybrid of the Delta and Omicron variants, created through a process called 'recombination'.
More than 50% of people have lost confidence in healthcare systems due to COVID. To tackle this, healthcare firms must address issues beyond medical care.
Shanghai, China, reports record daily COVID infections; Italy announces phased end of all restrictions; WHO says coronavirus pandemic is "far from over".
A survey following the end of all COVID-19 legal restrictions in England found that less than 5% of people think the government should decide when the pandemic ends.
Two years on from the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, what have we learnt? From changes to work and school life to shifting social norms, McKinsey looks back.
Top COVID-19 news stories: Asia's confirmed COVID-19-related deaths pass 1 million; New study shows COVID-19's impact on the brain; South Korea reports record COVID-19 cases.
More universities are moving back to in-person teaching. They should capitalize on knowledge gained from their online learning experience.
What are the biggest challenges facing the world today – and how can we tackle them? Women leaders shared their thoughts at Davos.