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MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer): The Philippine police will be using checkpoints to enforce the community quarantine on Metro Manila, the acting spokesperson of the national police said on Friday (March 13).
CHRISTCHURCH (Reuters) - New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Friday the country has "fundamentally changed" since last year's Christchurch shootings, as the coronavirus pandemic loomed over a planned weekend memorial.
PHNOM PENH (The Phnom Penh Post/ANN): The Ministry of Health announced on Thursday (March 12) that three of the 64 passengers of the Viking Cruise Journey have tested positive for the novel coronavirus. Everyone has been put in quarantine.
MILAN/SEOUL (Reuters) - In Italy, millions are locked down and more than 1,000 people have died from the coronavirus. In South Korea, hit by the disease at about the same time, only a few thousand are quarantined and 67 people have died. As the virus courses through the world, the story of two outbreaks illustrates a coming problem for countries now grappling with an explosion in cases.
PETALING JAYA: Six more Covid-19 cases were recorded, bringing the total number to 99, says the Health Ministry.
PETALING JAYA: Six new Covid-19 cases were recorded on Sunday (March 8), bringing the total number to 99, says the Health Ministry.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia reopened two of the most holy religious sites in Islam, Al-Haram Mosque in Mecca and Al-Masjid al Nabawy in Medina, after they were closed for sterilization to halt the spread of the new coronavirus, state TV Al-Ekhbariya reported on Friday.
GUAYAQUIL (Reuters) - Ecuador has confirmed five cases of the new coronavirus in patients who all had direct contact with an elderly woman who brought the virus to the Andean country from Spain, health minister Catalina Andramuño said on Sunday.
TENERIFE (Reuters) - Tourists staying at a Tenerife hotel that has been on lockdown after five cases of the coronavirus were detected there are free to leave if they test negative for the virus, regional health authorities said on Sunday.
VIENNA: Swiss people should consider dropping the everyday greeting of kissing each other on the cheeks, to avoid spreading the coronavirus, Switzerland's Health Minister Alain Berset said in remarks published on Sunday (March 1).