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ZURICH/GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) does not recommend countries issuing "immunity passports" for those who have recovered from COVID-19, but is looking at prospects of deploying e-vaccination certificates like those it is developing with Estonia.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - COVID-19 "passports" to show peoples' inoculation and infection history will be hard to do in practice but are a good idea, Taiwan Health Minister Chen Shih-chung said on Wednesday, offering support to a means to get global travel going again.
PETALING JAYA: The Health Ministry (MOH) has debunked claims that the MySejahtera app is being used to spy on citizens.
PETALING JAYA: Beginning Dec 14, employers can submit their employee's EPF applications to maintain the statutory contribution rate for employees at 11%. "All submissions for this purpose are to be done via the i-Akaun (Employer) portal only.
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MOST Malaysian car owners are familiar with Lim Tayar - a name that promises swift and superior service; a one-stop shop for all car maintenance.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. federal prosecutors have charged a New Jersey woman with concealing multiple efforts to transfer money to Islamist militants in Syria connected to the Nusra Front, a onetime al Qaeda affiliate based in Syria's Idlib province.
(Reuters) - Top U.S. health officials announced plans to start vaccinating Americans by mid-December, while the UK parliament approved regional restrictions and the United Nations urged all countries to designate seafarers as key workers against the backdrop of travel restrictions.
PETALING JAYA: Two years ago, when Dr Tan Yun Yi returned to Malaysia after completing her studies in Hong Kong, she was devastated to see that cybercrime cases targeting senior citizens were on the rise.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Many EU governments oppose common rules on the use of rapid COVID-19 tests, an internal document seen by Reuters says, in a new blow to airlines which are betting on fast-track testing to help bring the travel industry back to life.