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QUITO (Reuters) - Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno announced on Friday the creation of a humanitarian assistance account that will be funded with contributions from companies and citizens to address the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
(Reuters) - New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Friday that the number of coronavirus patients in intensive care units across the state dropped in the last day, offering a glimmer of hope that the surge in critical care hospitalizations might be leveling off.
MIRI: Christians must reach out to help those hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic
AFTER reading in the newspapers that needy folk were going hungry during the movement control order, the Hungary Consulate Office in Penang started the ‘Project: Survive With Dignity’ to provide them with a meal a day.
THE government’s movement control order (MCO) to stem the tide of Covid-19 infections may have forced Malaysians to stay at home but it has not deterred local athletes from coming up with ingenious ways to keep fit.
PETALING JAYA: Christians in the country marked Good Friday by following church services online, refusing to allow the Covid-19 pandemic to stand between their faith.
Cambodia’s parliament has passed a law to prepare the way for a state of emergency, which Prime Minister Hun Sen has said he might have to declare to reinforce the campaign against the coronavirus.Human rights groups say an emergency would give sweeping powers to Hun Sen, who Western countries have long condemned for crackdowns on opponents, civil rights groups and the media.
PETALING JAYA: Funding and volunteers are a fact of life for a non-governmental organisation (NGO). So while the aid giver can be relied on to help the needy, who can the aid provider turn to when it needs a helping hand to keep going?
PETALING JAYA: With much of the world population confined indoors, the Interpol has warned that the Covid-19 pandemic has given rise to new “opportunities” for criminal groups, ranging from malware and cybercrime to attacks against healthcare workers and essential infrastructure.