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CAIRO, Aug. 5 (Xinhua) -- Egypt confirmed on Wednesday 18 deaths from COVID-19, the lowest daily fatalities in the country since May 27, raising the death toll to 4,930, said the Egyptian Health Ministry.
TOKYO: Japanese drugstores were stripped bare of gargling solution, a day after the governor of the western prefecture of Osaka suggested it could help fight coronavirus, triggering panicked buying reminiscent of the early days of mask shortages.
GELANG PATAH: Domestic tourists play an important role in helping to revive the country’s economy, says Tourism Malaysia.
DUBAI: A group of investors is raising concerns about the treatment of migrant workers in the Gulf, warning that labour practices risk leading to abuses such as modern slavery.
GEORGE TOWN: Foreigners who are still interested to participate in the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) programme are welcome to apply once it is reactivated.
(Reuters) - Ahead of the Champions League and Europa League knockout matches that begin this week, European soccer governing body UEFA has released a document with a list of protocols for the return to competition amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal's Azores Islands, some 1,400 km from the Portuguese coast, breached the national constitution by forcing air passengers to the popular tourist destination to quarantine for 14 days, the country's Constitutional Court has ruled.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese drugstores were stripped bare of gargling solution by Wednesday, a day after the governor of the western prefecture of Osaka suggested it could help fight coronavirus, triggering panicked buying reminiscent of the early days of mask shortages.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry advised 18 businesses to comply with the recovery movement control order (MCO) guidelines, with one given a warning.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia reported a record 15 deaths from COVID-19 on Wednesday, all in Victoria state, which was preparing to close much of its economy to control a second wave of infection that threatens to spread across the country.