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Google's unequal treatment of its employees has come under criticism again, as full-time employees receive high-end instant Covid-19 test, while contract workers get a cheaper, slower version.
NOW that we are able to fly again, we need to remind ourselves that the battle against the pandemic is far from over.
Our journalist reveals what it's like for Malaysians to travel under the Test & Go scheme to Thailand.
Cambodian PM Hun Sen urges vigilance as Omicron spreads; 10 new Omicron infections reported on Tuesday
Prime Minister Hun Sen announced that 14 more Omicron community cases had been detected in Cambodia in just three days, though no deaths from the highly transmissible coronavirus variant have been reported thus far.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - An ailing Bernard Tomic told the chair umpire during his Australian Open qualifying match on Tuesday that he would test positive for COVID-19 within days and later posted on social media that he had been told to isolate.
SOFIA (Reuters) -Bulgaria's prime minister, president and senior ministers have gone into precautionary self-isolation after a participant at a security meeting they attended tested positive for the coronavirus, a health official said on Tuesday.
This year will continue to prove challenging for healthcare, but we must start taking action for the long run.
PARIS (Reuters) - French schoolchildren will be allowed to do self-tests instead of a PCR test if one of their classmates is infected with the coronavirus as soaring new infections have made the health protocol in schools too heavy, French Prime Minister Jean Castex said on Monday.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysian employers may have to pay between RM10,000 and RM15,000 – and not up to RM25,000 – to hire domestic helpers from Indonesia as both governments agree that there must be some control over the cost, says Datuk Seri M. Saravanan.
KUCHING: Veterinary authorities have detected African Swine Fever (ASF) in three backyard farms in Durin, Sibu, where mass deaths of pigs were recently reported.