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PETALING JAYA: Malaysia has become one of the first countries in the world to embark on a Hepatitis C (HCV) self-testing programme, said Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
As Indonesia grapples with a devastating wave of coronavirus infections, Jakarta government data shows a fall in cases and easing pressure on hospitals in the capital, even as the situation worsens in other parts of the archipelago.
SHANGHAI: Chinese A-shares and Hong Kong's benchmark index extended heavy losses to hit multi-month closing lows on Tuesday, as investors worried over the impact of tighter government regulations, while a surge in COVID-19 cases dealt a further blow to sentiment.
HONG KONG: Asia's stocks fell to fresh seven-month troughs on Tuesday, led by a third straight session of heavy selling of Chinese internet giants, while bond and currency markets clung to tight ranges ahead of the Federal Reserve policy meeting.
KOTA KINABALU: Two men had a close brush with death following an accident in a ravine along the Lahad Datu - Kunak road late Monday (July 26).
WASHINGTON (Bloomberg): The US and China left open the possibility of a summit between their presidents, despite a contentious day of talks in which Beijing outlined a series of demands that Americans showed little willingness to meet.
Investors seek growth in emerging markets as recovery angst builds
Coronavirus: Hong Kong confirms no new infections; medical condition of Saudi Arabian consulate worker’s daughter improving
Patient, 13, was revealed to be in a critical condition with Covid-19 over the weekend, but sources say her health is improvingHong Kong records no new infections for the fifth time this month, extends its run without local cases to 49 days
KUALA LUMPUR: A surge in new Covid-19 infections over the weekend worsened the anxiety on the domestic investment landscape, sending the FBM KLCI lower on Monday.
HONG KONG (AFP): Markets in Asia mostly fell Monday (July 26) morning, led by Hong Kong after Beijing at the weekend further cracked down on China's tech firms, while education firms were hammered as the government unveiled sweeping reforms of the sector.