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MOTORISTS entering Lorong Tingkat’s commercial area from Jalan Istana in Klang have been reminded that it is now a one-way street and not to drive against the flow of traffic.
The new coronavirus may remain infectious for weeks on banknotes, glass and other common surfaces, according to research by Australia’s top biosecurity laboratory that highlights risks from paper currency, touchscreen devices and grab handles and rails.
‘Robots don’t sneeze’: Hotels, hospitals, offices turning to delivery bots during coronavirus pandemic
The next time you order hotel room service, you may receive a buzz on your phone rather than a knock on your door.
MELBOURNE/SYDNEY (Reuters) - The virus that causes COVID-19 can survive on banknotes, glass and stainless steel for up to 28 days, much longer than the flu virus, Australian researchers said on Monday, highlighting the need for cleaning and handwashing to combat the virus.
High resin prices spur panic buying of SLPs products
KAMPONG CHAM (Cambodia), Oct 11 (AFP): Armed with a stick, a floral-shirted scarecrow with a plastic pot for a head stands guard in front of a rural Cambodian home -- a sentry erected by superstitious farmers to ward off the coronavirus.
LANGKAWI: The transition phase of the monsoon is a blessing in disguise for islanders living around Pantai Chenang, one of the most popular tourist spots here.
After months of livestreaming mass to millions of faithful from behind closed doors, churches in the Catholic-majority Philippines are beginning to reopen.
MANILA, Oct 10, (AFP): After months of livestreaming mass to millions of faithful from behind closed doors, churches in the Catholic-majority Philippines are beginning to reopen.
LANYARIS, South Sudan (Reuters) - By the time the waters started rising, ethnic violence had already forced South Sudanese mother Vorgol Poulo, her husband, and their seven children to flee their home twice this year.