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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Some shops and businesses opened in rural India on Monday as part of a staggered exit from a weeks-long lockdown that has left millions out of work and short of food, while coronavirus infections rose by more than 1,500 over the previous day.
NEW DELHI/MUMBAI, (Reuters) - India's Maharashtra state, the country's largest regional economy, will allow a limited number of sectors to resume business on Monday, after a weeks-long shutdown to slow the spread of coronavirus left millions out of work.
DHAKA (Reuters) - Hundreds of workers poured onto the streets of Bangladesh's port city of Chittagong on Saturday, flouting social distancing rules to demand work and wages during the coronavirus shutdown.
PETALING JAYA: The Health Ministry (MOH) has detected a new cluster of Covid-19 infections among medical personnel in three government hospitals in Sabah.
NEW DELHI/MALE (Reuters) - The number of people infected with the coronavirus crossed 22,000 in densely populated South Asia on Friday driven by a rise in cases in India as the tiny Indian Ocean island nation of Maldives locked down its capital.
BEIJING (Xinhua): Chinese health authority said Friday (April 17) that it received reports of 26 new confirmed Covid-19 cases on the mainland Thursday, of which 15 were imported.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India has brought charges of culpable homicide not amounting to murder against the chief of a Muslim seminary for holding a gathering last month that authorities say led to a big jump in coronavirus infections, police said on Thursday.
NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - India will allow industries located in the countryside to reopen next week, as well as resuming farm activities to reduce the pain for millions of people hit by a lengthy shutdown in its coronavirus battle, the government said on Wednesday.
BUJUMBURA (Reuters) - Burundi, the last African country to allow football to continue through the coronavirus pandemic, suspended its league on Monday but made no reference to the stoppage being linked to the threat of the deadly virus.