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PETALING JAYA: As the whole world battles the Covid-19 pandemic, the use of face masks has become a daily necessity but experts are increasingly concerned that the indiscriminate disposal of surgical face masks is harming wildlife.
"I am looking forward to the government’s food basket programme as I haven’t been able to sell kuih to my neighbours or supply kuih to a factory in Pasir Gudang due to the increase in Covid-19 cases. My husband only receives RM400 OKU aid from the Social Welfare Department every month as he has been bedridden for the last 15 years after suffering from a stroke."
PETALING JAYA: Postpone the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2020 examinations for a fairer playing field, students from the affected batch have urged the Education Ministry.
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc said on Saturday it will ban advertisements for weapon accessories and protective equipment in the United States with immediate effect until at least two days after U.S. President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Jan. 20.
WUHAN, China/GENEVA (Reuters) - Two members of a World Health Organization-led team that arrived on Thursday in China's Wuhan city to investigate the origins of COVID-19 remained behind in Singapore after testing positive for coronavirus antibodies, the global body said.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau plans to shuffle his cabinet on Tuesday and name new ministers of foreign affairs, transport and innovation, sources and domestic media said on Monday.
TAPACHULA, Mexico (Reuters) - Guatemalan and Honduran soldiers will be deployed to prevent new U.S.-bound migrant caravans from advancing, military officials said, amid growing desperation among those seeking to cross and signs that some groups will depart later this month.
ALMATY/NUR-SULTAN (Reuters) - Kazakhstan's ruling party was set to sweep Sunday's parliamentary election, as it has done for decades, with no major opposition groups running in the vote and small street protests rapidly quelled by police.
THE National Security Council and Higher Education Ministry decision to allow students to return to campus from Jan 1 is much welcomed.
(Reuters) - At Don's Pharmasave in Louisiana's rural Avoyelles parish, pharmacist Constance Rabalais and colleagues have had to come up with their own policies and procedures for doling out their first 100 COVID-19 vaccine doses amid overwhelming demand.