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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Police have denied claims that a man found lying face down at a petrol station in Batu Caves here on Friday (March 20) had been infected with Covid-19.
NEW YORK: U.S. crude tumbled 10.7% on Friday and posted its biggest weekly decline since the 1991 Gulf War as the coronavirus epidemic dried up global demand and as officials in Washington said an envoy would head to Saudi Arabia to deal with fallout of a Saudi-Russia oil price war.
Malaysians stealing hand sanitisers and face masks from hospitals are being called "selfish" by doctors on social media.
MANILA: The Philippines’ national police chief on Friday (March 20) moved to ease growing public fear over crime amid a month-long lockdown in the country’s main island, which has left thousands without work and unable to buy basic supplies.
SHANGHAI: China stocks rose on Friday, tracking a rebound in other Asian markets, though the country's blue-chip index still posted its steepest weekly loss in 17 months on persisting worries over the economic damage from the coronavirus outbreak.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabahans are taking to social media to urge people to stay home and call out those who refuse to do so.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - A Chinese report into the coronavirus death of a young doctor reprimanded by police for "spreading rumours" when he tried to raise the alarm about the disease drew quick criticism online after it merely suggested the reprimand be withdrawn.
FROM Dr PAMELA YONG
Twitter has announced that it is taking more steps to protect its users from digesting false information about Covid-19.
NEW YORK: U.S. crude oil prices spiked by 25% on Thursday, the largest single-day gain on record, recouping some losses from three days of selling that drove the benchmark to near 20-year lows.