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ZURICH (Reuters) - The Swiss government has postponed an annual patient safety summit scheduled for the end of this month, it said on Wednesday, citing the impact of the coronavirus outbreak.
SEOUL: Fans of South Korean club Suwon Bluewings had to submit a medical questionnaire, wear a mask and have their temperature taken before watching the team play in the Asian Champions League on Wednesday (Feb 18).
HONG KONG: China's central bank said on Wednesday (Feb 19) the impact of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak on the economy will be limited as the epidemic has not changed the country's economic fundamentals.
BEIJING: President Xi Jinping has called for great attention to the protection and care for medical workers to make sure they are healthy and stay focused on winning the battle against the outbreak of Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.
TEHRAN (AFP): Two people in Iran tested positive Wednesday for the deadly new coronavirus (Covid-19), the health ministry said, in the Islamic republic's first cases of the disease.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Preliminary tests on two suspected coronavirus cases in Iran have come back positive, a health ministry spokesman said on Wednesday, according to the official IRNA news agency.
SIHANOUKVILLE: Dozens of passengers stuck for nearly a week on a US cruise ship in Cambodia disembarked Wednesday, after being given the all-clear from a deadly coronavirus. The Westerdam made shore in Sihanoukville on February 13 after being rejected by five countries over fears its passengers could be carrying the new virus, which has killed more than 2,000 people.
HONG KONG: Asian markets rebounded on Wednesday (Feb 19) as hopes the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak will have only a short-term impact on corporate earnings and economic growth prevailed.
DHAKA: Bangladesh on Wednesday (Feb 19) kicked off a drive to vaccinate more than a million people against cholera, which infects tens of thousands a year, as part of an international campaign to eliminate transmission by 2030. The delta nation has sought to reduce the impact of the disease through vaccines and by setting up a dedicated treatment hospital.
TOKYO: Covid-19 (coronavirus) infections on a cruise ship moored near Tokyo rose to 621 people on Wednesday (Feb 19) as passengers began disembarking following a contentious two-week quarantine that some foreign health experts said appeared insufficient to stop the spread.