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PUTRAJAYA: The armed forces will use their assets to help deliver food and necessities to the people in the interiors of Sabah and Sarawak, says Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia ordered its vast network of state-run hotels, resorts and recreational facilities to shut down from March 28 until June 1, as its number of confirmed coronavirus cases rose past 1,000.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. military has decided it will stop providing some of the more granular data about coronavirus infections within its ranks out of concern that the information might be used by adversaries as the virus spreads.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israelis hoping for a stroll or jog were instructed on Wednesday to stay within 100 metres (110 yards) of their homes for a week under tightened restrictions to curb the coronavirus.
BERKELEY, Calif. (Reuters) - Governor Gavin Newsom has ordered California's 40 million residents to stay at home. That's a big problem for the state's estimated 108,000 homeless who live on the streets.
LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York state, Illinois and Connecticut on Friday followed California in directing tens of millions of people to stay at home in the most sweeping U.S. social-distancing measures yet imposed for the escalating campaign to curb transmission of the coronavirus.
BANGKOK: The Bank of Thailand cut its benchmark interest rate to a fresh record low in an emergency meeting as the coronavirus outbreak damages the country’s tourism industry and raises the risk of recession.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The United States and Canada closed their shared border to "non-essential traffic" on Wednesday to curb transmission of the coronavirus as U.S. President Donald Trump moved to bolster medical equipment supplies and the outbreak struck Capitol Hill.
KUALA LUMPUR: Consumer groups are calling on the public to look at the movement control order amid the Covid-19 outbreak in a positive light by restricting their outdoor activities and avoiding panic buying.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey will temporarily close cafes, sports and entertainment venues and is suspending mass prayers in mosques in an effort to contain the spread of coronavirus, after it identified its first 18 cases in the last week, authorities said on Monday.