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FOR governments facing a growing wave of coronavirus cases as autumn turns to winter, there’s a stark lesson in last Saturday’s stunning election victory for New Zealand’s incumbent Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern: Voters really want their governments to suppress the pandemic.
SEOUL (Reuters) - The number of South Koreans who have died after getting flu shots has risen to 48, the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) said on Saturday, adding that the vaccines would continue to reduce the chance of having simultaneous epidemics.
SEOUL, Oct 24 (Reuters): The Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) said on Saturday it would press on with a wide flu vaccination programme aimed at heading off complications from the coronavirus, after reviewing more than two dozen cases of deaths that have raised public concern.
No curfew, but business as usual for the rest of Malaysia as the “Emergency” will only affect political activities.
SEOUL: South Korea’s forensic agency has found no links between a 17-year-old boy’s death and a flu shot he had taken, the Yonhap news agency reported, amid rising concerns about the safety of the vaccines following the death of at least 32 people.
IMAGINE a beautiful beach where families are gathered on a clear day with blue skies. Different families are building sandcastles, whilst some are playing on the beach. No one is watching that a tsunami of different waves is approaching the shore.
Six Asian countries occupy important place in emerging-market map
LISBON, Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- The Portuguese Parliament approved on Friday a bill that imposes the mandatory use of a mask on the street and public spaces, as requested by the government as a measure to contain the rise in coronavirus cases.
KUALA LUMPUR: Semiconductor company MI Technovation Bhd's net profit in the third quarter fell by 29% to RM12.32mil from RM17.41mil a year ago due to an increase in fixed costs for its new factory in Batu Kawan, Penang.
SINGAPORE/MANILA, Oct 23 (Reuters): Philippine stocks added 2% on Friday to end the week with their biggest gain since June, as the easing of restrictions in capital Manila and slowing coronavirus cases rekindled optimism and brought back foreign investors.