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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's soccer federation has laid off 70% of its staff as it battles to remain solvent during a national shutdown to contain the coronavirus.
KUALA LUMPUR: The International Air Transport Association (IATA) estimates annual passenger revenues will fall by US$252bil if severe travel restrictions remain in place for three months.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Postponing the Olympics due to the coronavirus pandemic has turned a hoped-for year of triumphant celebration for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe into a struggle to stem the outbreak and save the economy, but is unlikely to cost him his job.
BEIJING: China announced on Tuesday (March 24) an end to travel curbs at the epicentre of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, as governments around the world tightened lockdowns affecting 1.7 billion people in a desperate effort to slow the spread of the deadly disease. Hubei, where the coronavirus emerged late last year, will allow healthy residents to leave the province from midnight.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian athletes were feeling a mixture of regret and relief on Tuesday following their national Olympic committee's decision to pull out of the 2020 Tokyo Games due to the coronavirus, while the country's top soccer competition also fell victim to the outbreak.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's A-League was suspended indefinitely due to the coronavirus on Tuesday, with administrators saying travel curbs to contain the outbreak had made it untenable for the country's top-flight soccer competition to continue.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia joined Asian markets to close sharply in the red on Monday as investors were gripped in fear over the Covid-19 coronavirus as more countries decided to impose lockdowns.
SHANGHAI: China stocks on Monday closed at their lowest in more than a year as worldwide lockdowns and travel curbs to counter the coronavirus pandemic stoked fears of a global recession.
SYDNEY: Singapore Airlines Ltd said on Monday it would cut its capacity by 96% up to the end of April amid tightening border restrictions that bar foreigners from transiting its hub in an effort to stem the coronavirus pandemic.
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters): Malaysian authorities are scrambling to track down about 2,000 Rohingya men who attended a religious gathering that has led to a big spike in Covid-19 cases across South-East Asia, a security source and two other people told Reuters.