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FROM Dr Amar-Singh
YANGON: The Myanmar government will also soon provide basic essentials including rice, oil, salt, bean and onion to people in need from April 10 during the traditional Thingyan water festival, according to a release of Central Committee on Prevention, Control and Treatment of Covid-19 (coronavirus).
HONG KONG: China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Chief Executive Carrie Lam appealed to the public on Tuesday (April 7) to support an anti-epidemic regulation that prohibits public gatherings of more than four people, stressing that the HKSAR government would strictly enforce the rule.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Despite stay-at-home orders aiming to protect people from the new coronavirus, many of Rio de Janeiro's famous beaches have been buzzing with surfers seeking to catch the season's first big swell.
Buying and paying for meals and supplies online was already second nature for many Chinese before the Covid-19 lockdown. The supply and delivery networks that were already in place were able to work with the authorities in cities like Wuhan.
Luckin Coffee's app has rocketed to become the second most popular in China as consumers rushed to claim a free drink that it has long offered for downloading, worried the chain might collapse after it said much of its sales last year were fabricated.
PETALING JAYA: When DJ duo Bass Agents took snippets from Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin's speech on the movement control order (MCO) to create a dance track, some initially commented that they were “disrespectful”.
Facebook Inc's WhatsApp tightened message forwarding limits on Tuesday, restricting users to sharing forwarded content one chat at a time after a jump in messages touting bogus medical advice since the start of the coronavirus crisis.
LISBON (Reuters) - Parish priest by day, DJ by night: Guilherme Peixoto is not your typical cleric.