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SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australians began living under strict new lockdown rules on Monday as coronavirus cases topped 1,600 and authorities denied entry to a cruise ship carrying hundreds on board complaining of respiratory illnesses.
HAVANA (Reuters) - Communist-run Cuba said it dispatched a brigade of doctors and nurses to Italy for the first time this weekend to help in the fight against the novel coronavirus at the request of the worst-affected region Lombardy.
THE movement control order issued by the Malaysian government that went into effect Mar 18 is a necessary measure to curb the rising number of Covid-19 cases in the country.
MARSEILLE, France (Reuters) - An Italian cruise ship which earlier in its voyage disembarked two passengers who later tested positive for coronavirus hoped to dock in Marseille, France, but was still awaiting approval, port authorities said on Wednesday.
PETALING JAYA: The government has gazetted that hotels and accommodations, e-commerce and postal services, petrol stations, telecommunications and public transport are among the essential services under movement control order that went into effect this morning (March 18).
New York City may order residents to stay home in fight against coronavirus; governor doubts effectiveness
NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York City may soon compel most people to stay in their homes except in emergencies or when shopping for essentials, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Tuesday, but the state's governor, Andrew Cuomo, doubted it would work.
HAVANA (Reuters) - A British cruise ship that was turned away from several ports in the Caribbean after five passengers were confirmed to have the new coronavirus is setting sail to Cuba which is allowing it to dock, its owner Fred Olsen Cruise Lines wrote in a statement.
SINGAPORE/BANGKOK/KUALA LUMPUR: Countries across Asia were tightening their borders on Saturday night in order to stop the spread of the coronavirus, with travel restrictions and suspended flights becoming the norm.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Laura and Don Davis, two former passengers of a coronavirus-stricken ocean liner now quarantined on a California military base, have little to do to pass the time but watch TV, play cards and - they add half-jokingly - avoid arguments.