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Singapore’s unlinked Covid-19 cases tied to Indian variant; 28 virus cases on Monday (May 17) - 21 local cases , 11 unlinked
The highly transmissible strain of Covid-19 that surfaced in India has become more prominent among Singapore’s growing number of unlinked cases, in a sign that hidden chains of transmission of the variant have existed for some time.
PETALING JAYA: Seven more Covid-19 cases in Malaysia were found linked with variants of concern (VOC), says the Health Ministry.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Dubai on Monday eased COVID-19 restrictions, allowing hotels in the regional tourism hub to operate at full capacity and permitting concerts and sports events where all attendees and participants have been vaccinated.
Ryanair Holdings Plc posted a record annual loss, while saying it’s likely to break even this year as vaccination programs allow a gradual easing of coronavirus travel curbs.
LONDON (Reuters) - Ministers will make a decision on June 14 about whether or not to proceed with the final phase of lockdown easing in England, health minister Matt Hancock said on Sunday, describing the pandemic as "under control".
KOTA KINABALU: There is no case of the Indian Covid-19 variant in Sabah as claimed in viral messages, says state Health Department director Datuk Dr Christina Rundi
More cases of the coronavirus variant first detected in India have been found in the Philippines, which has extended a ban on travellers coming from countries with the strain, officials said on Saturday.
India reported a smaller rise in daily coronavirus infections on Saturday, but deaths stayed near the 4,000 mark, with the World Health Organisation warning that the second year of the pandemic could be worse than the first.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Indonesia dispatched medical supplies to India, helping the South Asian country with the third-most Covid-19 deaths in the world to battle a devastating surge in Covid-19 cases that has overwhelmed its healthcare system.
Covid-19: Person with Indian variant only tested positive two weeks after arriving in M'sia, says Health DG
PETALING JAYA: An individual who was detected with the Indian Covid-19 variant (B.1.617) in the country only tested positive for the virus two weeks after arriving here from overseas, says Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.