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WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealanders queued for burgers, fries and coffee takeaway on Tuesday after they were freed from a month-long lockdown, which Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has credited with eliminating domestic transmission of the coronavirus.
(Reuters) - Jim Laker, who died on April 23, 1986, remains one of England's finest spin bowlers and is best remembered for his record 19 wickets in a single test match in 1956.
SINGAPORE (ANN): The seven McDonald's staff infected with Covid-19 had been deployed across nine different outlets as of noon last Saturday (April 18), the Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Monday.
SINGAPORE (Bernama): Three Malaysians are among the 596 new cases of Covid-19 reported in Singapore on Sunday (April 19) with one linked to Kranji Lodge, one of the more than 20 foreign worker dormitory clusters here.
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.
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.
SINGAPORE (Bernama): McDonald’s Singapore on Sunday ( April 19) announced that it will suspend its restaurant operations till May 4, including McDelivery and Drive-Thru services.
ON April 11 while the movement control order was in force, an online course on Business after the Pandemic: Restructuring was organised by Outstanding Entrepreneurs (OE)’s entrepreneurs inspirer Datuk Dr Calvin Khiu.
(Reuters) - Kyle Larson was dropped by his team Chip Ganassi Racing on Tuesday, after the NASCAR driver used a racial slur during a livestream broadcast of an iRacing esports event.
BEIJING (AFP): US chain McDonald's has apologised after a sign telling black people they were banned from entering a branch in southern China prompted outrage online, following reports of discriminatory treatment towards Africans in the city.