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There were 11 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus as at Sunday noon (June 20), of which nine were community cases and two were imported.
Thailand: 'Phuket Sandboc' projected to draw more than 600, 000 visitors and baht15bil in three months
The reopening of popular resort island of Phuket starting July 1 is expected to draw more than 600, 000 foreign and local tourists and generate a cash flow of about 15 billion baht in the next three months.
The Delta variant of the novel coronavirus, first identified in India and previously known as B.1.617.2, has been detected in seven Cambodian migrant workers who recently returned from Thailand through border checkpoints, the Ministry of Health has announced.
Cambodia on Sunday reported 659 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the national caseload to 42, 711 so far, the Ministry of Health (MoH) said in a statement.
Brunei will not send pilgrims for this year’s Haj season, the Ministry of Religious Affairs (MoRA) has announced, marking the second season that the country has deferred participation in the yearly pilgrimage.
Thailand is planning for wider reopening to vaccinated visitors, without the need to undergo mandatory quarantine, to its top tourist destinations from July 1, in a bid to revive its tourism industry hit hard by Covid-19 pandemic.
Singapore Sports Hub reopening most of its venues on Monday (June 21) as Covid-19 rules are relaxed; 21 cases on Saturday
The Singapore Sports Hub announced on Saturday that the majority of its facilities will reopen to the public next Monday as Singapore enters phase three (heightened alert).
Brunei reported one new confirmed Covid-19 case on Friday (June 19), bringing the national tally to 252.
Singapore sees first day rush for Sinovac vaccine; as 16 Covid-19 cases announced on Friday (June 18)
Offering Sinovac Biotech Covid-19 vaccines to the public in Singapore for the first time on Friday, several private clinics reported overwhelming demand for the Chinese-made shot, despite already available rival vaccines having far higher efficacy.
Laos Covid-19 taskforce reports virus continues to be transmitted through close contacts of patients
Although the number of new Covid-19 cases reported each day has dwindled, testing shows that the virus continues to be transmitted through contact between infected individuals and their friends, family and colleagues.