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The Cambodian Health Ministry on Sunday has confirmed that it had so far found 12 cases of new Covid-19 variants.
Thailand celebrates Elephant Day, hoping tourists will return; 78 Covid-19 cases on Saturday and one death
Thailand held a fruit banquet for dozens of elephants in the ancient capital Ayutthaya on Saturday, continuing an annual event which has been a big draw for foreign tourists in the hope they will return soon and revive the key tourism industry.
The Ministry of Health on March 13 reported 39 more case of Covid-19 linked to the February 20 community transmission, bringing the total to 751 in just three weeks.
Cambodia: Truck transporting garment workers overturns, leaving 44 injured; Covid-19 cases still rising
A truck transporting garment workers to their factory flipped onto its side in southeastern Cambodia Friday morning, leaving 44 people wounded, the National Police reported.
Cambodia's law on the control of Covid-19 and other contagious diseases was signed by Acting Head of State Samdech Say Chhum has announced, going into effect immediately, according to a royal decree.
(Reuters) - Myanmar security forces killed at least 12 people, witnesses and media reported, as the acting leader of a civilian parallel government vowed in a first public address on Saturday to pursue a "revolution" to overturn the Feb. 1 military coup.
YANGON (Reuters): Myanmar's military government accused deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday (March 11) of accepting illegal payments, while eight people were killed when security forces opened fire on protests against the coup, witnesses said.
KUCHING: Sarawak reported 252 new Covid-19 cases on Monday (March 8), with more than half in Sibu district, as well as one death.
HONG KONG: Top Glove Corp Bhd is betting that pandemic-induced sales can provide enough fuel for its US$1.9bil Hong Kong listing to break through the headwind of US sanctions and the prospect of slower growth as vaccinations become widespread.
HONG KONG/SINGAPORE/KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's Top Glove Corp Bhd is betting that pandemic-induced sales can provide enough fuel for its $1.9 billion Hong Kong listing to break through the headwind of U.S. sanctions and the prospect of slower growth as vaccinations become widespread.