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BEIJING (AFP): The new coronavirus outbreak that has infected 256 people in Beijing since early June is "under control", officials in the Chinese capital said Wednesday (June 24), but fears still remain over the risk of community transmission.
BANGKOK (Reuters): International health organisations have praised Laos' early response and countrywide networks for containing the Covid-19 (coronavirus) after the South-East Asian nation declared itself free of the virus earlier this month.
HAVANA (Reuters) - Reina Paula, a saleswoman at Havana's La Epoca supermarket, said the same day that a worker tested positive for the coronavirus, local authorities sent the rest of the staff in a fleet of state vehicles to isolation facilities for testing.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - With Taiwan's borders closed to tourists as part of coronavirus controls, the staff at Taipei's Dynasty massage parlour have little to do all day but pace the floors, the number of clients collapsing from around 600 a day to just one or two.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): About 40,000 migrant workers who stayed in dormitories have been cleared of Covid-19 infection and given the go-ahead to return to work.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): There is no clinical evidence linking Covid-19 and Kawasaki disease, a rare illness that mostly affects children below age 5 by causing inflammation in their blood vessels and may damage the heart in serious cases, a senior cardiologist said.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's government said on Saturday it had approved Gilead Sciences' potential COVID-19 treatment, remdesivir, to treat the illness caused by the novel coronavirus.
Island nations prove to be safe ports in coronavirus storm.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Despite strong efforts Taiwan did not get invited to this week's meeting of a key World Health Organization (WHO) body due to Chinese pressure, its foreign minister said on Monday, adding they had agreed to put the issue off until later this year.
TAIPEI: Despite strong efforts Taiwan did not get invited to this week's meeting of a key World Health Organisation (WHO) body due to Chinese pressure, its foreign minister said on Monday (May 18), adding they had agreed to put the issue off until later this year.