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Coronavirus: flexibility urged as tens of thousands of Hong Kong domestic helpers scramble to get tested before deadline
Official figures suggest there are likely another 39,000 helpers who still need to arrange tests over the next three days, on top of the tens of thousands already on the scheduleAdvocates have called for authorities to be lenient, as some might not make the cut-off due to work
CHICAGO: United States Treasury yields rebounded after hitting two-month lows on Friday, following data that showed a much smaller-than-expected jobs gain in April, with yields on longer-dated debt rising for the session as investors remained confident the economy was on the road to a strong recovery.
Local and foreign workers can now reach out to the Human Resources Minister via the app.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets rallied Friday (May 7) following a record-breaking finish on Wall Street as traders keenly await a key US jobs report that is expected to reaffirm the recovery in the world's top economy is blasting ahead.
PETALING JAYA: The government has launched an e-Wages system to ensure that foreign workers receive their salaries where monthly payment will be monitored by the authorities, says Datuk Seri M. Saravanan.
TAIPEI (AFP): Keen to make the most of a statutory holiday for newlyweds, a couple from Taiwan found a novel way to maximise their honeymoon -- by marrying four times in just over a month.
KOTA KINABALU: Academic staff of a university college here are appealing for the Sabah government's intervention to help reinstate their full salaries that have been cut by 50% since September last year.