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JAKARTA: The governors of Jakarta and West Java, the two regions of the country hit hardest by the coronavirus outbreak, have suggested that the numbers of people infected and killed by the disease in the country are significantly higher than the central government’s official count.
KUANTAN (Bernama): A Japanese citizen was fined a maximum of RM1,000 or three months’ jail by the Magistrate’s Court here for violating the movement control order (MCO) by leaving the house to photograph birds in a park here.
No April 1 laughs, no fun. Rumah Kartun Dan Komik Malaysia has opened the floodgates with online cartoons.
The MCO, beyond flattening the curve, has produced another positive side effect: cleaner air. For just how much, click here.
BELGRADE (Reuters) - Belgrade's residents on Friday isolated themselves not only from coronavirus but also from acrid smoke, which defied strong winds to transform the Serbian capital into the city with the world's most polluted air.
SINGAPORE: Oil prices extended gains for a third session on Wednesday, rising alongside broader financial markets on hopes Washington will soon approve a massive aid package to stem the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
NEW YORK: Oil prices rose modestly on Tuesday, but settled off the day's highs as the coronavirus pandemic's heavy toll on demand offset hopes for a forthcoming US$2 trillion U.S. economic relief package.
KUANTAN: Businesses here have complied with the order to close early as an additional measure to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
THE oil glut of the last decade, which started in late 2014, had forced many oil and gas companies to relook their business strategies. This include the move to rationalise their then bloated manpower and operating expenses.