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MANILA (Reuters) - Strict lockdowns, school closures and curbs on commerce are giving Asia's congested capitals rare respite from transport mayhem, as the global fight to contain the coronavirus creates a free-flow of traffic not seen in years.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt will extend a nationwide night-time curfew by 15 days until April 23 to counter the spread of the coronavirus, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly said on Wednesday.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden's Foreign Minister Ann Linde on Wednesday hit back at U.S. President Donald Trump's criticism of the Swedish approach to fighting the spread of the coronavirus, saying he was wrong to claim authorities were trying to achieve "herd immunity".
A pan-European approach for Covid-19 mobile apps should be drawn up by April 15, the EU said in new proposals aimed at using virus-tracking digital tools safely and more effectively.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): The Republic swung into full circuit breaker mode on Wednesday (April 8), with schools closing their doors as students move to home-based learning a day after most workplaces in Singapore were shuttered.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India is considering plans to seal off coronavirus hotspots in Delhi, Mumbai and parts of the south while easing curbs elsewhere as a way out of a three-week lockdown that has caused deep economic distress, officials said on Wednesday.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgaria's most successful club CSKA Sofia has resumed team training, violating the government's ban on outdoor gatherings that is in place to contain the spread of the coronavirus, local media reported.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - The number of cases of the new coronavirus in the Czech Republic has risen past 5,000, although a slowing growth rate has given the government confidence to start easing some lockdown measures that have hit the economy.
THE Hong Kong government is set to announce a fresh round of stimulus measures to shore up the crippled economy, with a local media report saying the total could exceed HK$100 billion (YS$12.9 billion).
With all the distractions at home, students from low-income US families need headphones to study during the stay-home period.