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A sixth patient, an 88-year-old male permanent resident died from Covid-19 in Singapore, the Health Ministry said.The patient, had no recent travel history to affected regions.
DUBAI (Reuters) - A senior Iranian health official said the greater Tehran area may face a coronavirus resurgence after many residents flouted advisories to stay home, crowding streets and causing traffic jams across the city as the country's New Year holidays ended on Saturday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara has forecast Malaysia’s economy will contract as much as 2% on the weight of the loss in productivity and disruption in the global supply chain due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
GEORGE TOWN: Church online services will be the order of the day as Christians usher in the Holy Week.
MOST workplaces will be closed from next Tuesday and all schools will move to full home-based learning a day later, as Singapore puts in place a “circuit breaker” to pre-empt escalating coronavirus cases, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
BEIJING: China's central bank said Friday (April 3) it would cut the reserve requirements for smaller banks to release around 400 billion yuan (US$56.3bil) in liquidity, a move to counter the coronavirus impact on enterprises.
BANGKOK: Thailand has imposes a nationwide daily curfew between 10pm and 4am (1500 to 2100 GMT) starting on Friday (Apr 3), its latest effort to curb the spread of the new coronavirus, the prime minister said in a live telivised address.
BEIJING: China plans to revive its economy and further boost smaller businesses amid external uncertainty as the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak continues to spread worldwide, according to the country's central bank on Friday (April 3).
SINGAPORE: Most workplaces to close, schools will move to full home-based learning from next week, says PM Lee Hsien Loong. Singapore puts in place a "circuit breaker" to pre-empt escalating coronavirus infections.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore will close schools and most workplaces, except for essential services like supermarkets and banks, for a month, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Friday, as part of stricter measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus.