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LISBON (Reuters) - People in several parts of Greater Lisbon will have to go back to staying at home from next week as Portuguese authorities deal with a worrying wave of coronavirus on the city's outskirts, the government announced on Thursday.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The respite of bluer skies and slightly fresher air that Jakartans enjoyed during the city’s large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) has given way to smog as activities resume in the capital. But air quality during PSBB, while it was generally better than other periods, was still not ideal.
TOKYO (Xinhua): A limited number of flights from Japan to Vietnam will resume this week as the country begins to ease travel restrictions put in place to curb the spread of Covid-19, Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said Tuesday (June 23).
PUTRAJAYA: The following are some questions and answers recorded during a recent special interview between Senior Minister (Education) Dr Radzi Jidin and media representatives, particularly on the ministry’s preparations and the role of parents and teachers in ensuring the health and safety of the students and teachers.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy has seen a surge in bicycle sales since the government ended its coronavirus lockdown as people steer clear of public transport and respond to government incentives to help the environment.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Singaporeans will go to the polls on July 10, in a general election that will see the contest for hearts and minds waged on a drastically different battleground due to the coronavirus pandemic.
KUALA LUMPUR, June 23 (Bernama): More than 69 per cent of workers across age groups in Thailand and Malaysia are uncomfortable going back to the workplace at present, according to a study by experience management solutions provider Qualtrics.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Rebekah Rosler and her husband did not intend to leave Manhattan for good in March when they packed up their three children and headed 50 miles north to wait out the coronavirus pandemic in her parents' vacant home in upstate New York.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgaria on Monday ordered residents to wear protective face masks again at all indoor public places after the Balkan country recorded its highest weekly rise in novel coronavirus cases.