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HONG KONG: Stock markets suffered steep losses on Monday (May 4), tracking a selloff in New York after Donald Trump sparked fears of a renewed trade war with China over its role in the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
MADRID (Reuters) - Hairdressers, ironmongers and florists opened for business with restrictions on Monday as Spain began a four-phase plan to reopen by end-June, while the 24-hour death tally from the coronavirus pandemic stayed under 200 for the second day in a row.
HONG KONG: Government's data on Monday (May 4) showed that Hong Kong’s downturn is now the worst on record, extending the first recession seen in a decade as the coronavirus outbreak further battered an economy already weakened by political unrest. The city’s economy contracted 8.9% in the first quarter from year-ago levels.
Canada will invest C$240mil (RM734.32mil) to develop virtual care and mental health tools for residents to better cope with the consequences of the novel coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Sunday.
BANGKOK: Thailand partially reopened for business on Monday (May 4) with people allowed to return to restaurants, markets, parks and sports clubs, as the government eased measures against the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, but also warned against complacency.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia reported 55 more Covid-19 cases on Monday (May 4), bringing the total number of infections in the country to 6,353.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday extended a nationwide state of emergency to May 31, saying the new coronavirus infection rate had yet to drop enough to justify ending measures aimed at slowing the outbreak.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea on Monday said it will reopen schools in stages starting from May 13, as the daily number of domestic cases of the new coronavirus has fallen close to zero over recent days.
JAKARTA: The number of foreign holiday makers visiting Indonesia plunged further by 64.11% to 470,898 people in March annualized, as the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has halted travellers from travelling, an agency said on Monday (May 4).
PHNOM PENH: Cambodia received 1.15 million international visitors during the first quarter (Q1) of 2020, down 38.5% due to the impact of Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, according to the latest report released by the Ministry of Tourism on Monday (May 4).