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GOMBAK: The police force will deploy over 9,000 of its personnel to ensure safety and monitor standard operating procedure (SOP) compliance during the Sarawak state elections.
TOKYO (AFP): Japan will reinstate tough border measures, barring all new foreign arrivals over the Omicron Covid variant, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced Monday(Nov 29), just weeks after a softening of strict entry rules.
A lot of urgent work needs to be done to further understand the new coronavirus variant Omicron, said the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) on Sunday (Nov 28).
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Saturday (Nov 27)
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): It is too early to tell if the new B.1.1.529 strain of the coronavirus that causes Covid-19, which has been classified a variant of concern (VOC) and named Omicron, will pose a real threat, said experts - but the world is taking its emergence seriously.
The Ministry of Health has urged localities to strengthen control over not just Covid-19, but also infectious diseases that occur during the winter, especially viral respiratory and gastrointestinal viruses.
(Reuters) -European countries expanded COVID-19 booster vaccinations, began plans to get shots to young children and tightened some curbs on Thursday as the continent battled a surge in coronavirus cases and concerns about its economic fallout grew.
T'ganu FC, MFL issued RM10,000 compound notices each for fan SOP violations during Malaysia Cup match
KUALA TERENGGANU: The Terengganu Health Department has issued compound notices of RM10,000 each to the Terengganu Football Club Sdn Bhd (TFC) and the Malaysia Football League (MFL) for breach of standard operating procedures (SOP) at a Malaysia Cup match.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The German Football League (DFL) on Wednesday rejected a call to halt the Bundesliga season for several weeks because of a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases in the country.
BERLIN (Reuters) -Health Minister Jens Spahn called on Tuesday for further restrictions as Germany's rate of coronavirus infections hit a record high and more politicians backed compulsory vaccinations.