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PETALING JAYA: An estimated 70% of plastic recycled in the country are imported scrap, says a World Bank report on plastic recycling in Malaysia.
PETALING JAYA: The Internet has made it easier for people to purchase products with a click of a button, but it has also put them at a greater risk of falling prey to offers too good to be true.
LONDON/CHICAGO (Reuters) - The rapid rise in different parts of the world of deadly, more infectious coronavirus variants that share new mutations is leading scientists to ask a critical question - has the SARS-CoV-2 virus shown its best cards?
MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) -Prosecution witnesses on Tuesday described in searing detail their horror in watching the final moments of George Floyd's life as they testified against Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis policeman charged with Floyd's murder.
The views: With Dr Rahima Dahlan@Mohd Shafie, Caleb Ho, Siew Ju Li and Dr Brendan J Gomez.
BRUSSELS/BARCELONA (Reuters) - The European Medicines Agency approved on Friday two factories for the production of COVID-19 vaccines, with the European Union banking on them to boost deliveries in the second quarter and accelerate the slow pace of inoculations in the bloc.
GENEVA/ZURICH (Reuters) - More producers of COVID-19 vaccines should follow AstraZeneca's lead and license technology to other manufacturers, the World Health Organization's head said on Monday, as he described continuing vaccine inequity as "grotesque".
PETALING JAYA: Kuala Lumpur ranks 97 out of 120 cities worldwide for affordability of a 500ml bottle of water at RM1.42, according to a water price index study.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday that a delay in the supply of COVID-19 vaccine from the Serum Institute in India to Britain was due to technical issues and not because of any intervention by the Indian government.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will have to slow its COVID-19 vaccine rollout next month due to a supply crunch caused by a delay in a shipment of millions of AstraZeneca shots from India and the need to test the stability of an additional 1.7 million doses.