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Since the coronavirus reached Senegal, a growing number of residents in the capital have begun ordering groceries online, a welcome boost to a fledgling delivery service in a country where produce is usually bought in shops or markets.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australians in the country's most populated state began their first full week of loosened coronavirus lockdown measures on Monday, with officials urging commuters returning to offices to avoid catching peak hour trains and buses.
AN illegal aluminium processing plant in Rasa, Hulu Selangor has been sealed and its equipment seized by the local council during a raid.
KANIN, Slovenia (Reuters) - Hundreds of skiers hit the slopes at Slovenia's highest ski resort on Sunday after it reopened following a coronavirus lockdown that lasted nearly two months.
NEW DELHI/AHMEDABAD (Reuters) - India on Sunday extended a nationwide lockdown to May 31, as cases exceeded 90,000 and further clashes erupted between police and stranded migrants.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain could experience a transport revolution sparked by the coronavirus pandemic with up to 14 million people ready to swap cars for bikes, British Cycling believes.
With many people having to work from home during the Covid-19 pandemic, here are four ways to avoid burning out during this time.
SCHOOLS and teachers must be well-equipped before new practices are implemented in a post-MCO schooling system.
PETALING JAYA: Stern action will be taken against anyone who flouts the conditional movement control order (MCO), including those who attempt to travel inter-state to return to their hometowns, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
LUCKNOW, India (Reuters) - A truck crammed with migrant labourers trying to reach their distant homes amid a nationwide lockdown crashed in northern India on Saturday, killing at least 23 and injuring 35.