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PETALING JAYA: A water solutions provider has joined the Star Media Group’s (SMG) endeavour to help in the fight against Covid-19, by donating to the “Star Frontliners Initiative”.
MADRID (Reuters) - Hugo Rodriguez runs a Madrid pizza business. But he's shut most of his outlets, and geared up the only one still open to feed doctors and nurses who are working round the clock to keep Spain's coronavirus crisis in check.
Use the COVID-19 hotline and online consultation services prepared by the Health Ministry if you are experiencing symptoms, says infectious disease expert Datuk Dr Christopher Lee.
PETALING JAYA: Any travel to buy food, daily necessities, medicine or dietary supplements has been restricted to 10km from a person's residence during the second phase of the movement control order from April 1 to 14.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - The Lebanese paramilitary group Hezbollah is marshalling its deep resources in the fight against coronavirus, using a corps of volunteers, doctors and facilities to carve out a prominent role in the crisis-riven state's response.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia will by next week open a new coronavirus emergency hospital on the uninhabited island of Galang, where authorities have repurposed a former Vietnam war era refugee camp as part of efforts to rapidly augment healthcare capacities.
MADRID (Reuters) - Two planes packed with protective equipment arrived to restock Spain's overloaded public health system on Wednesday as its confirmed coronavirus cases rose beyond 100,000 and it recorded its biggest one-day death toll from the outbreak.
SEOUL/HELSINKI (Reuters) - South Korea has received requests from 121 countries for help with coronavirus testing, a foreign ministry official said on Wednesday, as authorities around the world come under intense pressure to curb the spread of the disease.
SHAH ALAM: Selangor has launched its second stimulus package worth RM272mil, as well as announced a Covid-19 aid fund.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The Indonesian government has outlined a worst-case scenario where the domestic economy could contract by 0.4 per cent as the Covid-19 pandemic arrests swaths of economic activity and poses recessionary risks to Southeast Asia’s largest economy.