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Ismail Sabri says pandemic is no laughing matter after influencer’s skit on flouting quarantine goes viral
Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob has appealed to members of the public not to take matters related to Covid-19 such as quarantine regulations lightly or turn them into a subject for entertainment.
As governments embrace tracing apps to stem the spread of Covid-19, a Dutch-based organisation announced grants this week to fight alleged violations of digital rights during the coronavirus pandemic.
International passengers arriving at Abu Dhabi airport will now have to wear a tracking device while they complete a mandatory 14-day home quarantine due to Covid-19, according to state-owned Etihad Airways.
Turkey’s coronavirus tracking app is facing fire from privacy advocates for adding a feature allowing users to report social distancing rule violations, with the option to send photos.
Governments in Asia continue to use tech in different ways to curb the spread of Covid-19.
Europe is sitting on a wealth of data that is the 21st equivalent of a precious metal mine during the gold rush. But instead of exploiting it themselves Europeans may be allowing American tech giants to gain control of all the excavation equipment, some experts say.
The vast, white-marble floors surrounding Islam’s holiest site, the cube-shaped Kaaba in Mecca, would normally be packed with hundreds of thousands of pilgrims from around the world the day before the haj.
Drinking alcohol will kill the coronavirus. It is OK to share face masks. Africans cannot get Covid-19. The pandemic is not even real. These are some of the coronavirus myths that a team of 20 Zimbabwean youth have been busting online since the country’s lockdown began in late March.
Downloads of Japan’s coronavirus contact-tracing app have slowed since its debut last month, a blow to the government's aim to use smartphones to head off a second wave of infection.
The all-female Afghan Robotics Team, which has won international awards for its robots, started work in March on an open-source, low-cost ventilator as the coronavirus pandemic hit the war-torn nation.