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DUBAI (Reuters) - Dubai's tourism chief on Tuesday said he was very optimistic business and leisure travellers would return this year, though the pandemic made it difficult to predict exactly how many.
PUTRAJAYA: Individuals under home surveillance orders who have been categorised as close contacts of those confirmed positive for Covid-19 must wear monitoring devices when undergoing home quarantine from next week.
PUTRAJAYA: The movement control order will be implemented in six districts in Selangor from May 6-17, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
CAPRI, Italy (Reuters) - Capri's world has always been blue - the color of the water surrounding the Mediterranean island, many of its fishing boats and, most famously, the light in its Blue Grotto.
MADRID (Reuters) -Madrid's conservative regional leader won a landslide re-election on Tuesday, propelled to victory by her refusal to close down bars and shops during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The capital city of Hanoi will temporarily shut down relic and religious sites, sidewalk eateries and beverage outlets from 5pm on May 3, in an effort to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, Vietnam news agency (VNA) reported Tuesday.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece allowed restaurants and bars to open from Monday as it took a further step towards easing coronavirus restrictions ahead of the planned start of the tourist season on May 15.
KOTA KINABALU: AirAsia's fresh produce e-commerce platform, airasia farm, plans to set up a 557sq m (6,000sq ft) warehouse in the city by the second quarter of this year.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's tourism sector faces another lost season after a rapid coronavirus rise wiped out many early foreign bookings and prompted Russia, its top source of visitors, to halt flights and warn against travel this summer.
(Reuters) - Over 60 U.S. stadiums and other venues are deploying an app from Clear to verify people's COVID-19 status, placing the New York company known for its airport security fast lanes at the forefront of a national debate over "vaccine passports."