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Hong Kong fourth wave: health experts urge tougher crowd controls to rein in Covid-19 infections as 41 new cases emerge
HONG KONG, Jan 12 (SCMP): Government urged to cap the number of people at shopping centres and wet markets and consider requiring people visiting country parks to wear masksAuthorities tracking clusters involving workers at occupational therapy department at public hospital, ambulance depot, ferry company and construction sites
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau plans to shuffle his cabinet on Tuesday and name new ministers of foreign affairs, transport and innovation, sources and domestic media said on Monday.
The Twitter account @realDonaldTrump died Friday. It was 11 years, 8 months old and had issued nearly 47,000 tweets. None of them survived. The cause of death was hubris.
JAKARTA,Jan 11 (AP) - Indonesian navy divers scoured the floor of the Java Sea on Monday as they hunted for the black boxes of a Sriwijaya Air jet that nosedived into the waters at high velocity with 62 people aboard.
TAPACHULA, Mexico (Reuters) - Guatemalan and Honduran soldiers will be deployed to prevent new U.S.-bound migrant caravans from advancing, military officials said, amid growing desperation among those seeking to cross and signs that some groups will depart later this month.
ALMATY/NUR-SULTAN (Reuters) - Kazakhstan's ruling party was set to sweep Sunday's parliamentary election, as it has done for decades, with no major opposition groups running in the vote and small street protests rapidly quelled by police.
THE National Security Council and Higher Education Ministry decision to allow students to return to campus from Jan 1 is much welcomed.
(Reuters) - At Don's Pharmasave in Louisiana's rural Avoyelles parish, pharmacist Constance Rabalais and colleagues have had to come up with their own policies and procedures for doling out their first 100 COVID-19 vaccine doses amid overwhelming demand.
(Reuters) - As the mob swarmed into the U.S. Capitol, Pennsylvania congresswoman Susan Wild took cover, squeezing into a tight aisle in an upper-floor gallery and inching across the floor as supporters of President Donald Trump banged on the doors.
Here's how to keep safe and healthy while taking a trip during this school holidays.