Empty shelves once filled with rolls and rolls of toilet paper. It is one of the more enduring – and strange – images of the COVID-19 crisis in Canada. But scenes like these are not uncommon in times of stress as they are all products of the often irrational consumer mind, according to a Western Consumer Behaviour expert.
A volunteer group of Western students has set up a grocery shop-and-delivery service for Londoners who have self-quarantined or are at high risk of COVID-19 infection.
Western President Alan Shepard released the following statement today on the university’s response to the evolving COVID-19 situation. * * * Colleagues, The health and safety of our campus community is always my top priority. I am writing to provide an important...
Two Western research teams have been named key players in an accelerated national effort to understand and control the spread of COVID-19.
As the death toll from coronavirus tops 2,600, the global community continues to grapple with urgent medical questions. But the health crisis has spawned an equally pressing ethical debate.