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MANILA (Reuters) - Millions of people returned to work in the Philippine capital on Monday as one of the world's strictest and longest coronavirus lockdowns was eased to help resuscitate an economy that has been battered by the closure.
BANGKOK (AP): Traffic jams and crowds of commuters returned to the Philippine capital on Monday (June 1), as the metropolis relaxed antivirus measures in a high-stakes gamble to slowly reopen the economy while fighting the coronavirus outbreak.
LOS ANGELES (AP): The mayor of Atlanta, one of dozens of US cities hit by massive protests in recent days, has a message for demonstrators: "If you were out protesting last night, you probably need to go get a Covid test this week.”
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romanian Prime Minister Ludovic Orban paid a 3,000 lei fine ($690) on Saturday for breaking his own coronavirus restrictions by not wearing a face mask and smoking indoors, state news agency Agerpres said.
When his cruise ship sailed into Manila Bay after weeks of voyaging like a castaway amid port closures set off by the global pandemic, Erick Arenas felt he was finally home.
An array of the world’s best-known cruise ships are waiting at anchor off the Philippine capital to drop off thousands of Filipino crew members like Erick Arenas who were displaced across the world by the contagion called Covid-19 (coronavirus).
PETALING JAYA: Education must be the basis for a lasting policy change to reduce drink driving-related accidents in the country, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
MIRI: Thousands are applying to the police for permission to travel across district borders throughout Sarawak ahead of the Gawai Dayak holidays that begin on June 1.
PETALING JAYA: Education must be the basis of lasting policy change to reduce drink driving related accidents in the country, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.