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NEW YORK (Reuters) - The following is a brief roundup of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus.
KUALA LUMPUR: National woman’s hockey player Wan Norfaiezah Mohd Saiuti should have been playing hockey in the German league now. But she turned down the offer for a third stint with Zehlendorfer Wespento to concentrate on her studies.
PETALING JAYA: Bring back Rexy Mainaky as Malaysia’s badminton coach after the Olympic Games in Tokyo next year. Former doubles shuttler Tan Boon Heong says he will give his full backing for the return of Rexy if Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) decide to rehire the 52-year-old.
PETALING JAYA: South Korea’s singles stars Son Wan-ho and Sung Ji-hyun are set to be the latest married couple in badminton.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Three players from Australia's National Rugby League were stood down on Friday for refusing to have flu vaccinations after the intervention of Queensland state's top medical officer.
SHANGHAI/NEW YORK: Asian shares rose on Friday as a phone call between U.S. and Chinese officials raised hopes that trade tensions were easing, turning the focus away from looming data expected to show the American economy lost the most jobs since the Great Depression.
PARIS (Reuters) - The greatest French athlete of all time, Marie-Jose Perec will be remembered for gracing the track with her elegant stride, but also for mysteriously walking away from her last Olympics.
(Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur forward Son Heung-min completed a three-week basic military training course in South Korea on Friday and picked up an award as the top performer among 157 trainees, Yonhap news agency reported on Friday.
MANILA (AFP): Filipina weightlifting star Hidilyn Diaz noticed live-streamed concerts were collecting money for coronavirus relief and was struck by inspiration: why not raise funds with an online workout?
NEW YORK: World shares rose on Thursday after China's exports came in far stronger than expected, suggesting an economic recovery was under way, but the dollar fell from two-week highs as U.S. data showed millions more Americans joined the ranks of the unemployed.