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MANILA: The Philippine peso fell the most in more than two months yesterday after coronavirus curbs were prolonged in the capital Manila and nearby provinces until end-June and quarantine measures were tightened to battle rising infections.
Melanie Faithful finally plucked up the courage to return the long-overdue book, with a checque for what she estimated would be her overdue charges.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo Olympic organisers plan to give away about 150,000 condoms at next month's Games, but are telling athletes to take them home rather than use them in the Olympic village where social distancing rules and coronavirus measures are the top priority.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Double Olympic silver medallist Madeline Groves has pulled out of Australia's swimming trials for the Tokyo Games, citing "misogynistic perverts in sport".
PETALING JAYA: The infectivity rate (R-nought or R0) of Covid-19 in the country has dipped below 1.0 during the first week of the lockdown, recording 0.99 on June 6, down from 1.07 on June 1.PETALING JAYA: The infectivity rate (R-nought or R0) of Covid-19 in the country has dipped below 1.0, recording 0.99 on June 6.
CONTAINER and cargo transportation along the Malaysia-Thailand border is still operating as usual during the lockdown, said Datuk Tan Teik Cheng.
KUALA LUMPUR: SMK Convent Bukit Nanas (CBN) has withdrawn its legal challenge over the school’s land lease following the government’s decision to renew the lease for the next 60 years.
(Reuters) - Taiwan's foreign minister Joseph Wu told reporters on Thursday he appreciated Japan's consideration of donating vaccines and reiterated that Taiwan's exclusion from the World Health Organisation was unfair to the Taiwanese people.
KUALA LUMPUR: SMK Convent Bukit Nanas (CBN) has withdrawn its legal bid for a judicial review over the school's land lease following the government's decision to renew the lease for the next 60 years.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The United States on Wednesday announced 25% tariffs on over $2 billion worth of imports from six countries over their digital services taxes, but immediately suspended the duties to allow time for international tax negotiations to continue.