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Airbnb has joined forces with the Bahamas National Trust to offer five travellers an opportunity to spend two months in the archipelago to help with environmental projects in the wake of the damage wrought by Hurricane Dorian.
(Reuters) - Companies around the globe from Facebook to Japan's Nippon Steel have restricted travel to China, as the outbreak of a new coronavirus, which has killed over 100 people and infected more than 4,000 in the world's most populous country, sparks international alarm.
GENEVA/LONDON (Reuters) - Most of the World Health Organization's (WHO) criteria for declaring a global emergency have been met, but it is awaiting clear evidence of a sustained spread of the new coronavirus outside China before doing so, some experts and diplomats said.
HIS Eurasian features seemed to be weathered after years of tireless service but when Stephen van Huizen speaks about hockey, the years fall away. His eyes light up with enthusiasm, reflecting nothing but his passion for the sport.
From REBECCA CHIENG SU HEE of Kuching.
MANILA: The Philippines has stopped issuing visas on arrival to Chinese nationals in a bid to keep the nation free of the novel coronavirus, which has killed 106 and infected more than 4,500 since emerging in China in December.
SHANGHAI: Fifty thousand pieces of medical protective clothing from Germany, the first batch of medical supplies urgently needed in areas affected by the novel coronavirus epidemic and purchased and allocated globally by Chinese conglomerate Fosun, have arrived in Shanghai.
BEIJING: President Xi Jinping said on Tuesday (Jan 28) that China was sure of defeating a "devil" coronavirus that has killed 106 people, spread across the world and rattled financial markets. Alarm or not, he was confident China will overcome from this current obstacle as they had done from past issues.