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LABUAN (Bernama): Covid-19 vaccination for school-going children in this duty-free island here is nearing completion, with over 68% having completed the second dose.
PRAIA (Reuters) - The West African archipelago nation of Cape Verde, one of the continent's most stable democracies, voted on Sunday for a new president who will be tasked with righting its tourism-driven economy after the COVID-19 pandemic sent growth cratering.
The Cambodian government has decided to reduce the quarantine period for fully vaccinated inbound travellers after the majority of its population were vaccinated against the Covid-19, the Ministry of Health (MoH) said in a statement released to the media.
JOHOR BARU: Several rest and recreation (R&R) stops in the state are coming back to life following the first weekend since interstate travel restrictions were lifted.
Stuart Neil’s day job keeps him pretty occupied. He’s a virologist at King’s College London, investigating how the coronavirus causing Covid-19 attacks the human immune system.
SHANGHAI: Like the demise of Enron Corp. and the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the debacle at China Evergrande Group was inevitable to some only in retrospect.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico identified in one day nearly 2,000 migrants in the country irregularly, the government said on Saturday.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - When Vaclav Havel nearly died of a ruptured intestine as Czech president in 1998, doctors provided daily updates on his condition.
THE much anticipated 12th Malaysia Plan (12MP) is aimed at empowering and improving the country’s education sector.