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SOMETIME in early 1999, I was fiddling with my new mobile phone, a Nokia 5110, when then Temiang assemblyman Datuk Lee Yuen Fong called me as soon as I put in the SIM card.
STUNG TRENG, Cambodia (Reuters) - Researchers are collecting samples from bats in northern Cambodia in a bid to understand the coronavirus pandemic, returning to a region where a very similar virus was found in the animals a decade ago.
NEW DELHI (Bernama): A 12-year-old boy died of Nipah virus in India's southern state of Kerala on Sunday, a federal health ministry official confirmed.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - If you think you have COVID-19, it might be best to stay away from your pets, says the author of a Dutch study that found a surprising number of dogs and cats may be getting infected.
There is a global proliferation of labs that work with dangerous viruses and other pathogens.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): As the first phase of the lockdown enters its fourth day on Friday (June 4), Malaysia is still grappling with copious new Covid-19 cases and three-digit fatalities daily.
LONDON (Reuters) -The origin of the novel coronavirus is still unclear and the theory that it was caused by a laboratory leak needs to be taken seriously until there is a rigorous data-led investigation that proves it wrong, a group of leading scientists said.
LOD, Israel (Reuters) - Israel's president warned of a civil war between the country's Arabs and Jews on Wednesday as fury and fear over shelling exchanges with Palestinian fighters in Gaza ignited violence in Israel's streets.
(Reuters) -Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director-general of the World Health Organization, plans to run for a second five-year term as the head of the agency, Stat News reported https://www.statnews.com/2021/05/03/tedros-second-term on Monday, citing a person familiar with the matter.
GENEVA (Reuters) -International agencies including the World Health Organization urged countries on Tuesday to suspend the sale of live wild mammals in food markets, warning they may be the source of more than 70% of emerging infectious diseases in humans.