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SEOUL: South Korea reported only 10 new cases of the Covid-19 (coronavirus), its 26th straight day below 100 as officials mulled reopening schools amid the slowing caseload.
Erwin Dawson has been cycling for five to seven hours a day working for a food delivery service in Singapore.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's economy minister urged the country's 16 federal states on Monday to go slowly in lifting coronavirus restrictions to avoid the outbreak spreading further, which could force them to reintroduce lockdown measures.
BANGKOK: China’s ambassador reportedly is warning the Australian government its pursuit of a coronavirus inquiry could set off a boycott by Chinese consumers, who may no longer travel and study in Australia or buy major exports including beef and wine.
TOKYO: Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Monday (April 27) that his country is adding 14 more countries, including Russia, Peru and Saudi Arabia, to the entry ban list as the country steps up border control as the Covid-19 (coronavirus) infections continued to spread in the country.
PUTRAJAYA: The National Disaster Management Agency (Nadma) will coordinate travel arrangements for those who have completed their compulsory 14-day quarantine, but will not be paying for the trips.
TOKYO: The Tokyo Olympics were postponed a month ago. But there are still more questions than answers about the new opening on July 23, 2021, and what form those games will take. IOC President Thomas Bach has already said there is "no blueprint" in assembling what he called this "huge jigsaw puzzle.”
More than two million Australians have downloaded an app to trace contacts of Covid-19 patients hours after its release, the government said on Monday, as states set out plans to expand testing for the infection.
BEIJING: China reported just three new coronavirus cases Monday, and no new deaths for the 12th day in a row.
SINGAPORE: Singapore confirmed 799 new Covid-19 (coronavirus) cases on Monday (April 27), taking the total count to 14,423. Singaporeans and permanent residents make up 14 of the new patients. Migrant workers living in dormitories continue to be the most severely impacted demographic, comprising the majority of the remaining cases.