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Some international travellers caught by the movement control order (MCO) while on holiday in Malaysia are staying put instead of returning home.
TOKYO (The Straits Times/ANN): Japan's megacities are being forced to look at crowd control measures in their suburban residential areas, after "strong appeals" for people to avoid going downtown worked relatively well.
TOKYO (Reuters) - More than 30 crew members on an Italian cruise ship docked for repairs in Japan's Nagasaki prefecture have tested positive for the new coronavirus, raising concern about the impact on the local community.
Satiate your wanderlust during the movement control order with these amazing virtual tours.
PETALING JAYA: With fears over Covid-19 taking centre stage, nutritionists and health experts say people should revert to the basics of healthy eating, managing stress and exercising to boost their immune system.
BEIJING: China was Germany's most important trading partner for the fourth year in a row in 2019, according to government data released on Friday (March 6). Goods valuing 205.7 billion euros (US$231bil) were traded between the two countries last year, the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) reported, citing provisional results.
TOKYO (Bloomberg): Japan is set to let passengers leave a cruise ship quarantined off Yokohama, trying to assure the public it has done all it can to prevent spreading the new coronavirus from the vessel that has the most infections of any place in the world outside China.
The popularity of real-world gaming events organised by the makers of such augmented-reality hits as Pokemon Go shows there is a growing trend of gaming enthusiasts willing to travel to participate in them.
PHNOM PENH: Words of appreciation and admiration have poured in for Cambodia on Saturday (Feb 15) after it allowed the Westerdam cruise ship, which had been stranded at sea for days over Covid-19 (coronavirus) fears, to dock at its sea port of Sihanoukville. The ship, carrying 1,455 passengers and a crew of 802, had been denied entry to port by Thailand, Japan, China's Taiwan, Guam and the Philippines due to concerns over the virus.