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LAUSANNE, Switzerland (Reuters) - The World Health Organization will start testing for coronavirus in rebel-held northwest Syria later this week, the agency's regional head said on Monday, adding that he was "very concerned" about the spread of the pandemic to a region where the health system has been wrecked by a long civil war.
(Reuters) - Lori Spencer had an uneasy feeling after dropping her 81-year-old mother off at the Life Care Center nursing home in Kirkland, Washington on Feb. 26. She felt even worse the next day, when her mother, Judie Shape, threw an uncharacteristic tantrum - begging to leave the facility.
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GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization described the new coronavirus as a pandemic for the first time on Wednesday, adding that Italy and Iran were now on the frontline of the disease and other countries would soon join them.
JAKARTA:The consumer confidence index in Indonesia edged down in February, but the consumers in the country remain optimistic about the economy, a survey by the Indonesian central bank showed on Monday (March 9). The Indonesian consumer confidence index slumped to 117.7 in February from 121.7 in January.
KUALA LUMPUR: The newly reconfigured former Parkson area could be a key driver for KLCCP Stapled Group as it should be able to mitigate the REIT's lukewarm hospitality segment while offering the potential scaling of the space's net lettable area, says RHB research.
BERLIN: Dialog Semiconductor expects the chip supply chain and contract manufacturers to return to normal in the second quarter, after disruption caused by the coronavirus epidemic.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration said on Monday it had secured commitments from top pharmaceutical companies to work together to develop a vaccine and treatments to fight the coronavirus.
NEW YORK/LONDON: Equity markets around the world rose on Monday as speculation that central banks will cut interest rates to soften the economic blow of the coronavirus heartened investors and drove U.S. government debt yields to record lows.
A new Prime Minister will be sworn in by today, but the political drama is likely to go on because the other side is claiming that they also have the numbers.