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BEIJING (Reuters): China’s ports and shipping firms are bracing for a second wave of supply chain disruptions that may be deeper and more prolonged than during the country’s coronavirus lockdown as the global spread of the virus chokes off international demand.
MIAMI (Reuters) - An ocean liner forced by a deadly onboard coronavirus outbreak to languish at sea since mid-March pulled into a South Florida port on Thursday, after authorities settled plans for the vessel and its sister ship to dock and most passengers to come ashore.
GEORGE TOWN: It is a career that allows them to travel all over the world but after more than a month working on a cruise ship, all these two Malaysians wish for is to go home and see their families.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian officials closed internal borders on Friday and warned people to stay home over the upcoming Easter holiday as the country seeks to capitalise on a further fall in the rate of new coronavirus cases.
WASHINGTON (AFP): The number of confirmed coronavirus cases around the world soared past one million Thursday (April 2) and deaths topped 50,000 as Europe reeled from the pandemic and the United States reported the highest daily death toll so far of any country.
PUTRAJAYA: The Transport Ministry has agreed to allow freight forwarders and hauliers another four days to speed up the movement of cargo from congested ports nationwide starting Saturday (April 4), says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
PUTRAJAYA: Freight forwarders and hauliers have been given another four days starting today to speed up the movement of cargo from congested ports nationwide.
The managers at Green Circuits — a small Silicon Valley electronics factory — thought they would have to close when the San Francisco Bay Area directed non-essential businesses to shut almost three weeks ago.
JOHOR BARU: A group of seven men who just returned on a ferry from Batam claims they had to endure an uncomfortable 24 hours after they were sent to a quarantine centre that was in unsatifactory conditions upon their return.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Several passengers on an Indonesian ferry jumped into the sea and swam ashore after authorities sought to block the vessel docking due to fears of suspected coronavirus cases, as tensions rise over the spread of the disease across the archipelago.