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HONG KONG/SINGAPORE, Nov 21 (Bloomberg): Hong Kong and Singapore postponed the world’s first quarantine-free travel bubble for two weeks after a surge of new coronavirus infections in Hong Kong, a setback for their flagship airlines and tourism businesses looking to kickstart a recovery.
SINGAPORE, Nov 26 (Bloomberg): Singapore said an air travel bubble with Hong Kong will proceed as planned on Sunday (Nov 22), but arriving passengers from Hong Kong must now take a Covid-19 test as cases in the city increase.
LISBON, Nov. 20 (Xinhua) -- Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa announced on Friday the renewal of the "state of emergency" in the country until Dec. 8 to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
FROM four Covid-19 clusters two weeks ago to 11 clusters recorded today, the Penang government is calling for tighter surveillance on the compliance of standard operating procedures (SOPs).
Covid-19: Sabah returnee linked to Bah Bercham cluster in Perak skipped screening at KLIA, says Health DG
PUTRAJAYA: A man who had arrived from Sabah at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) skipped the Health Ministry’s screening counter upon arrival, despite it being a requirement.
SINGAPORE, Nov 20 (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore's Changi Airport will open up further to transit passengers, with Jetstar Asia on Friday (Nov 20) announcing that those on its flights from six South-east Asian cities will be able to transit via Singapore to other destinations from Dec 1.
PARIS (Reuters) - France wants international supervision to implement a ceasefire in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict amid concerns in Paris that Russia and Turkey could strike a deal to cut out Western powers from future peace talks, the presidency said on Thursday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A second local prosecutor on Thursday asked the U.S. Justice Department to have his name removed from a controversial report on policing reforms, saying he feared it would fail to address systemic racism in the criminal justice system.
PETALING JAYA: The living quarters for migrant workers must first be improved in order to tackle the problem of Covid-19 outbreak among them, say health experts. Although there was a suggestion to have all foreign workers wear wristbands to identify them, medical experts said it is more important to focus on providing proper housing for the workers.