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HONG KONG (China Daily/ANN): Hong Kong reported two new imported Covid-19 cases on Monday (May 3), the third consecutive day without any local infections, as the city's commerce chief said that it was "all set" for the Air Travel Bubble with Singapore.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Some safe opening of air travel in 2021 is possible if governments open up cautiously with regions that have a low number of domestic Covid-19 cases, said Transport Minister Ong Ye Kung.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has projected that the number of people likely to have a disabling hearing loss could rise from 466 million in 2018 to 933 million by 2050.
The newly appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son talks to local media on his new role and the foreign policy priorities needed to aid Vietnam's development and raise the country's international standing.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore and the United States will deepen bilateral cooperation in the transport sector, working together in areas such as reviving international air travel in a safe manner amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Sultan lauds Brunei, Malaysia strong bilateral ties and says both will continue maintaining friendly relationship
The Brunei king in a royal speech said Brunei and Malaysia continue to maintain strong bilateral relations and believes this will grow stronger based on deep understanding, which is the result of a friendly relationship characterised by similar culture, language and religion.
The first talks between top Chinese and US diplomats concluded in Alaska on Friday local time after a sharp and confrontational opening. The talks were beneficial and helped boost mutual understanding, despite major differences on key issues, the Chinese side said on early Saturday after the two-day talks.
Despite what detractors have said, as it stands today, the government has successfully prevented a catastrophic collapse of the economy, functioned well to support the vulnerable groups, and smoothly rolled out its National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme. Based on various data points, it is probably safe to say that the worst is behind us.