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PETALING JAYA: Seven individuals were found to be Covid-19 positive from a screening done prior to the parliamentary sitting on Monday (Nov 2), says Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
PUTRAJAYA: Seven individuals were found to be Covid-19 positive from a screening done prior to the commencement of the Parliament sitting.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark will cull its mink population of up to 17 million after a mutation of the coronavirus found in the animals spread to humans, the prime minister said on Wednesday.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark, Europe's largest exporter of mink pelts, said it will cull millions of the animals bred for their fur after COVID-19 infections were transmitted to their keepers.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark announced strict new lockdown rules on Thursday in the north of the country after authorities discovered a mutated coronavirus strain in minks bred in the region, prompting a nationwide cull that will devastate the large pelt industry.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia recorded 1,168 new Covid-19 infections on Saturday (Nov 7), with Sabah continuing to record the highest number of cases at 616.
Thai protesters urge king to reach out as royallists also gather; govt announces seven new imported Covid-19 cases
BANGKOK, Nov 8 (Reuters): Thai protesters called on King Maha Vajiralongkorn to reach out for dialogue on Sunday as they gathered for the latest demonstration in months of protests, while counter-protesters chanted royallist slogans nearby.
PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry has detected six new Covid-19 clusters in Malaysia, pushing the total number of active clusters in the country to 156.
GENEVA (AP): The World Health Organisation has recorded 65 cases of the coronavirus among staff based at its headquarters, including at least one cluster of infections, an internal email obtained by The Associated Press shows, despite the agency's public assertions that there has been no transmission at the Geneva site.
KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 156 fraudulent claims amounting to almost RM20mil were made against employers under the Wage Subsidy Programme (WSP), says Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri M. Saravanan.