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GURUN (Bernama): Eight individuals, including a woman, have pleaded guilty in the Magistrate’s Court here to violating the movement control order (MCO).
SEOUL: South Korea reported fewer than 10 new Covid-19 (coronavirus) cases on Sunday (April 19) for the first time in two months as other countries ease lockdowns amid pressure worldwide from businesses and the public to limit the pandemic’s economic damage.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Pakistan has started repatriating some of its citizens from the United Arab Emirates, which had threatened to review labour ties with countries refusing to take back their nationals during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
SINGAPORE: Infection spreading rapidly among migrant workers. Accusations of a cover-up. Wave after wave of infections, with the number of cases hitting new peaks each day. This might sound like Covid-19 (coronavirus), but it happened in Singapore just over a century ago, in 1918, when the world was left reeling from a virus dubbed "the Spanish flu".
PHNOM PENH: The Senate of Cambodia has passed a draft law on state of emergency amid the spread of Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, according to a Senate's press statement.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan reported 22 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, almost all of them sailors who had been on a friendly visit of Taiwanese navy ships to the small Pacific island state of Palau last month.
MANILA: The Philippines central bank has stepped in to encourage banks to lend to small businesses reeling from the economic fallout from the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
BEIJING: China pledged support for the World Health Organisation, calling criticism of the group without merit. South Korea confirmed the lowest number of cases since experiencing a surge. The world’s biggest automated container terminal resumed full operations in Shanghai, as China reported 16 new cases.
JAKARTA: The holy month of Ramadan is a time when religious fervour is high and many Muslims spend longer time at mosques or attending daily fast-breaking gatherings with families and friends. But this year is different. Muslims in Indonesia are resigned to the fact that things will not be the same this Ramadan, amid restrictions on gatherings and travel to stem the spread of the coronavirus.