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HONG KONG (The Straits Times/ANN): The second round of the government's anti-epidemic fund will focus on keeping jobs in sectors most affected by the coronavirus pandemic, Hong Kong's leader pledged on Tuesday (April 7), adding that enforcement of social distancing measures will be stepped up.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): There were empty seats on the city-bound MRT and when the train pulled into Raffles Place, there were no mad dashes. It was not the usual weekday morning in the Central Business District on the first day that Singapore went into 'circuit breaker' mode on Tuesday (April 7)
WITH the current economic situation having a major impact on micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) following the Covid-19 pandemic, Minister at the Prime Minister’s Office and Minister of Finance and Economy II Dato Seri Setia Dr Awang Haji Mohd Amin Liew bin Abdullah said consumption is one of the major points on how the public can help businesses in this crisis.
HAVANA (Reuters) - Upmarket restaurants are delivering free meals to the elderly, while a fashion firm donates face masks. A business consultancy calls on its clients to donate hygiene products and artisanal soap shops gift their wares to low income households.
SHANGHAI (Xinhua): The catering sector, among a number of industries hardest hit by the coronavirus outbreak, is gingerly restoring business while carrying out strict prevention measures as the epidemic eases in China.
IPOH: At least 79 individuals have been arrested for violating the movement control order (MCO) in Ipoh between March 18 and March 31.
PUTRAJAYA: Business hours for eateries and supermarkets will be more restricted during the second phase of the movement control order (MCO) which comes into effect on April 1.
IPOH: While most people are staying home during the movement control order (MCO), some community feeders are still going out to feed stray animals.
NEW DELHI (AFP): With India locked down over the coronavirus and no way to earn money, Dilipji Thakor faces a grim choice: either walk home or die hungry.
LAGOS (Reuters) - Fear of the coronavirus has induced an extraordinary calm in Lagos, Nigeria's famously boisterous mega-city where streets known for miles of gridlock have emptied of traffic and eateries serving takeaways are almost the only shops open.