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DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland will consider strengthening measures at airports to implement 14-day quarantine restrictions on people travelling from abroad, its tourism minister said on Monday, following criticism by opposition politicians and tourism operators that visitors are not complying.
JOHOR BARU: The Federal Government and the Singaporean government have reached a mutual understanding in allowing Malaysians, especially Johoreans that have been suspended from their jobs, to return to work once the border between both countries reopen.
LONDON (Reuters) - UK Sport said it does not fund research projects aimed at giving athletes a performance advantage at the expense of their health, after the Mail on Sunday reported https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sportsnews/article-8513525/British-2012-Olympians-guinea-pigs-Special-Forces-wonder-drug.html that it backed an experimental nutritional programme at the 2012 London Olympics.
BEIJING (Reuters): China reported eight new Covid-19 cases as of the end of Sunday (July 12), up from seven reported a day earlier, the Chinese national health authority said on Monday (July 13).
HONG KONG: A majority of U.S. companies in Hong Kong surveyed by the American Chamber of Commerce (Amcham) are concerned about the sweeping new national security law in the global financial hub, with a third looking to move assets or business longer-term.
PETALING JAYA: As speculation continues to swirl on the possibility of a snap general election, the reality is that both sides of the political divide have much ground to cover before “flag-off”. To start with, the ruling Perikatan Nasional has yet to be registered with the Registrar of Societies (ROS).
FIVE hundred schools nationwide are set to benefit from the implementation of cashless solutions and artificial intelligence-powered facial recognition over the next few months, thanks to a joint corporate social responsibility programme.
ALTERNATIVE data has been a buzzword on Wall Street for years. Never has demand been greater than during the coronavirus era