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SINGAPORE: Most Southeast Asian stock markets were subdued on Monday, as an agreement by OPEC and its allies to slash oil output did little to calm investors plagued by the incessant spread of the new coronavirus, while Philippine shares rose on hopes of policy easing.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Officials in New Zealand and Australia, hailed globally for their early signs of success in combating the spread of the coronavirus, said on Monday it is too soon to start easing social distancing rules or reopening their economies.
What comes next? The coronavirus end game will require massive testing and – maybe – high-tech tracking
A month into social distancing, and with at least three more weeks to go, people hunkered down across Washington to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus are surely wondering: When is this going to end? And what comes next?
SINGAPORE (Bernama): Singapore’s Ministry of Health on Sunday (April 12) reported 233 new cases of Covid-19, with 10 of them Malaysians.
The names pop up quickly on Whitney Rencountre's computer screen, and he greets them as he would in person.
IPOH (Bernama): A viral message claiming that the Health Ministry has directed individuals who went to the Ipoh wholesale market recently to go for Covid-19 screening is fake, says Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - A former Israeli chief rabbi has died after contracting the coronavirus, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday, in what is the country's highest-profile death from the pandemic.
(Reuters) - La Liga side Real Sociedad have abandoned plans to allow players to train individually at the club's training ground and confirmed they would continue physical conditioning from their homes while the country fights the spread of the coronavirus.
PARIS (Reuters) - The death toll in France from the coronavirus outbreak has risen to 14,393 from 13,832 a day earlier, the French public health authority said on Sunday.