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Philippines logs 3,439 new Covid-19 cases; among the highest number seen in country over the last few months
The Philippines' Department of Health (DOH) reported on Saturday 3,439 new coronavirus disease (Covid-19) infections, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the South-East Asian country to 591,138.
Vaccinations using the recently-imported AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine are expected to start on Monday (March 8), Minister of Health Nguyen Thanh Long informed a meeting of the National Steering Committee on Covid-19 Prevention and Control.
WASHINGTON: The U.S. economy created more jobs than expected in February as falling new COVID-19 infections and additional pandemic relief money from the government boosted hiring at restaurants and other services businesses, firmly putting the labor market recovery back on track.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo set out a roadmap for easing lockdown restrictions on Friday, even as COVID-19 infections rose, with restaurants, bars, gyms and cinemas set to reopen on May 1.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy will further tighten coronavirus restrictions in three of its 20 regions, the government said on Friday, after health officials warned of the growing spread of new, highly contagious variants.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian economy is expected to be buoyed by external demand, particularly exports of electronic products to China and Singapore, amidst the global shortage of semiconductors, said Moody’s Investors Servic
Vietnam spent nearly US$1.9 billion importing cloth in the first two months of this year, posting a year-on-year rise of 17.6 percent, according to the country's General Statistics Office on Friday.
PETALING JAYA: Former Barisan Nasional secretary-general Tan Sri Annuar Musa continues with his claims that certain leaders in Umno are working with Pakatan Harapan, this time highlighting both parties releasing similarly worded statements on Thursday (March 4).
GENEVA (Reuters) - A decade after Syria's conflict began, families struggle more than ever to buy food while ambulances lack fuel to bring wounded and COVID-19 patients to hospital, Red Cross and Red Crescent officials said on Thursday.