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KUALA LUMPUR: Late buying of selected stocks including Nestle and Petronas Dagangan helped the FBM KLCI pare down its losses but the gains were insufficient to push the index above the key 1,500 level.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's medical association said on Thursday the government should suspend a flu vaccine programme following the deaths of at least 13 people who received a shot in recent days.
SEOUL (AP): South Korea has 121 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus, its first triple-digit daily jump in a week amid concerns about the country easing social distancing restrictions just last week to cope with a weak economy.
Australian authorities are considering trialing electronic tags to manage at-home quarantine for certain travelers arriving from overseas.
WASHINGTON (Bloomberg): The Asia Pacific region is likely to see economic output remain below pre-pandemic trends over the medium term, even as China’s recovery leads the rest of the world, according to the International Monetary Fund.
TOKYO (Reuters): Japan will ease entry restrictions on business travellers for stays of up to three days in a bid to revive economic activity after visits from abroad ground to a halt due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Yomiuri newspaper reported on Thursday (Oct 22).
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan will ease entry restrictions on business travellers for stays of up to three days in a bid to revive economic activity after visits from abroad ground to a halt due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Yomiuri newspaper reported on Thursday.
SEOUL (Reuters): At least 13 South Koreans have died after receiving flu shots in recent days, according to official and local media reports, ramping up fears about vaccine safety even as authorities rule out a link.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean officials refused to suspend the country's seasonal flu inoculation programme on Thursday, despite growing calls to do so following the deaths of at least 13 people who were vaccinated in recent days.
WASHINGTON: The United States and China dealt with the spread of the devastating coronavirus pandemic in vastly different ways, and that split is reshaping the global battle between the world's two leading economies.