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IPOH: For the adventurous traveller, some parts of the Silver State are like diamonds in the rough.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A Japanese cruise operator filed for bankruptcy on Monday after its restaurant ship Luminous Kobe 2, which offered buffets and night views of the western port city of Kobe, was hit by cancellations amid concerns about the coronavirus outbreak.
KOTA KINABALU: The alleys of Gaya Street - once bustling with tourists from China and South Korea - are now quiet and empty, except for some locals and a few Western tourists.
(Reuters) - Greece reported its tenth case of coronavirus on Thursday, a person related to an individual who recently travelled to Israel and Egypt, health authorities said.
(Reuters) - First, the food buffet was shut down as gloved staff scurried about wiping every surface in sight. Then the ocean liner's gym, bar, casino and boutiques were closed, with passengers urged to keep to themselves. Finally, they were confined to their staterooms.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve and Congress moved swiftly to confront the growing coronavirus threat this week, as the central bank propped up the economy and the House and Senate approved $8.3 billion (£6.3 billion) for vaccine development and other steps to contain the virus.
(Reuters) - Among the 2,400 passengers stranded off the California coast on a cruise ship carrying at least 21 people infected with coronavirus, few people aboard likely have more to lose than Kari Kolstoe, a retiree from North Dakota with stage-4 cancer.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Older Americans, especially those with chronic medical concerns, should probably avoid big social gatherings and airline flights, given the rapid spread of coronavirus, a top U.S. health official said on Sunday, as investors braced for another volatile week in financial markets.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): An Italian cruise ship turned away by Malaysian and Thai ports has docked in Singapore.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. government is restricting some of its 2.1 million employees from travelling and encouraging people to work from home to slow the spread of the coronavirus, which has infected 111,000 people in 105 countries.