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LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal's doors are open to tourists, the country's Foreign Minister Augusto Santos Silva said on Friday, one of the first European countries to welcome back visitors from elsewhere in the continent.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - At a luxury hotel in Istanbul, staff in gloves and masks space out and disinfect tables as they prepare for a scheme which Turkey hopes will rescue part of its $35 billion tourism industry from the ravages of coronavirus.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Chef Daniel Humm of Eleven Madison Park, who is used to being paid for fine dining with exclusive black credit cards, says his richest reward during the COVID-19 crisis is the grateful smiles of poor New Yorkers fed by the Michelin three-starred restaurant he has turned into a charity kitchen.
MADRID (Reuters) - Coronavirus lockdowns will be eased in Spain's capital Madrid and second city Barcelona from Monday to allow outdoor dining and gatherings of up to 10 people as infections have slowed sufficiently there, the government said.
(Reuters) - Coronavirus cases in Singapore topped 30,000 on Friday as the city-state reports hundreds of new infections in cramped migrant worker dormitories every day.
KOTA KINABALU: Some tertiary students who are waiting for their turn to return to Sabah have been tested positive for Covid-19, says state Health Department director Datuk Dr Christina Rundi.
A digital version of the island has been created for Nintendo Co’s simulation game Animal Crossing: New Horizons and will be available at least through June 1, according to the Sentosa Development Corp.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's most populous state said on Friday restrictions imposed to slow the spread of coronavirus will be eased to allow cafes and restaurants to have up to 50 patrons from June 1.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The senior chairman of Charoen Pokphand Group (CP) Dhanin Chearavanont has advised the government to persuade the rich to invest in technologies after the Covid-19 pandemic is resolved.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia on Friday halved the number of people expected to be covered by its coronavirus wage subsidy scheme due to reporting errors and after swiftly controlling the outbreak, a revision that will save the government around A$60 billion ($39 billion).