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PETALING JAYA: The police anticipate over 100,000 cars will take to the roads starting today to make their way back to the cities in the first public mass movement since the movement control order (MCO) came into effect in March.
KUALA LUMPUR: Almost 40,000 respondents (or more than 90%) of a survey carried out by the Department of Statistics Malaysia indicated that they were ready to continue with current safeguards during the movement control order even after the MCO is lifted.
PETALING JAYA: For freelance tour guide Shaukani Abbas, the RM1,600 aid he received under the Bantuan Sara Hidup (BSH) from the government stimulus package “really helped a lot”.
GEORGE TOWN: Devotees will have to mark Wesak Day at home this year because of the Covid-19 pandemic but it is no less meaningful or religious.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - The days of English football's once notorious drinking culture are long gone and few professionals would now list the once obligatory 'steak and chips' as their favourite meal but things are moving to a different level entirely when it comes to what players used to call 'looking after yourself'.
Layla Keith had just gotten off a flight from Singapore when she and her fellow passengers were met at the gate by Hong Kong government officials and ushered onto buses that shuttled them to a nearby convention center.
There has been no security breach in a Covid-19-tracking app that the Indian government has made a mandatory download for anyone stepping out of their homes to go to work, officials said on May 6.
Containing coronavirus hotspots in sprawling city slums has been made harder by a dearth of reliable data.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - When the nightclub in which she touted for business in southern Chile was shut down by the authorities as the new coronavirus spread, sex worker Camila Hormazabal was left without access to her sole source of income.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - A Dutch restaurant has come up with an idea on how to offer classy outdoor dining in the age of coronavirus: small glass cabins built for two or three people, creating intimate cocoons on a public patio.