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JOHOR BARU: With Singapore announcing significantly stricter measures to address the Covid-19 pandemic, Malaysians working there are hoping that things will turn out for the best.
FOOD charities are appealing for donations of money from the public to buy food directly from suppliers to meet the increasing demand from the needy for food aid amid the coronavirus pandemic.
MOST workplaces will be closed from next Tuesday and all schools will move to full home-based learning a day later, as Singapore puts in place a “circuit breaker” to pre-empt escalating coronavirus cases, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
PETALING JAYA: Major examination bodies Cambridge International and International Baccalaureate will still be awarding certificates to candidates despite cancelling exams in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A spike in novel coronavirus infections and deaths in Stockholm has raised questions about Sweden's decision to fight the outbreak without resorting to the lockdowns that have left much of Europe at a standstill.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The Ministry of Health (MOH) is still monitoring about 3,000 participants who had attended a Sri Petaling Jamek Mosque gathering.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - It’s the most dramatic government intervention into our lives since World War II. To fight the coronavirus outbreak, governments across the globe have closed schools, travel and businesses big and small. Many observers have fretted about the economic costs of throwing millions of people out of work and millions of students out of school.
CAIRO (Reuters) - The chimpanzees, lions and hippos of Cairo's zoo are getting a rare spell of peace and quiet alone with their keepers as a closure caused by the coronavirus outbreak keeps the public away.
BANGKOK: Hotels in the popular Thai beach provinces of Phuket and Chonburi have been ordered to close starting on Saturday, in the country's latest effort to curb the spread of the new coronavirus.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazilians are increasingly against President Jair Bolsonaro's handling of the coronavirus outbreak, and overwhelmingly support governors and health officials he has attacked for advocating social distancing measures, two polls showed on Friday.