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The Philippines has detected its first two cases of a coronavirus variant first identified in India, its health ministry said on Tuesday.
The firmer economic performance was supported by the expansion in manufacturing sector and the rebound in the agriculture sector.
Vietnam govt assures all pandemic well under control as 28 new Covid-19 cases confirmed in lockdown areas
Vietnam reported 28 new Covid-19 cases in the northern lockdown areas from 6pm local time Monday to 6am onTuesday, raising the total confirmed cases in the country to 3,489, according to its Ministry of Health.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. safety officials investigating the cause of a Tesla Model S crash that killed two men in Texas last month said on Monday that testing suggested the vehicle's automated steering system was "not available" on the road where the accident occurred.
DAGING harimau menangis is a direct translation of the original Thai dish, sua rong hai, or in English, crying tiger beef.
Singapore raises its defences amid more Covid-19 cases at home, in region; three more local cases confirmed
More than 12,000 people currently on stay-home notice (SHN) have begun an additional week of self-isolation, the immediate impact of stricter border restrictions, as Singapore tightens up its measures amid a flare-up of Covid-19 cases at home and in the region.
Indonesia: Thousands turned back to stop Idul Fitri exodus as country reports 4,891 new Covid-19 cases, 206 new deaths
Despite the government’s attempts to stop people from visiting their hometowns for Idul Fitri, resulting in tens of thousands of vehicles forced to make a U-turn at toll gates, some travelers have managed to find a way around the mudik (exodus) ban.
Thailand starts the week with another 22 more fatalities, 1,630 Covid-19 new as total now goes above 85,000
The number of Covid-19 cases in Thailand increased by 1,630 to 85,005, the country's Centre for COovid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) said on Monday.
Most Asian currencies rose against the dollar on Monday, with the Indonesian rupiah and Chinese yuan making significant advances, as weak US jobs data weighed on the greenback on hopes that interest rates would remain low for longer.
(Reuters) - As the COVID-19 vaccine rollout gains momentum, many countries are planning a gradual return to normal, opening borders and letting people back into restaurants, shops and sports venues after more than a year of on-off lockdowns.