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MANILA, Nov 23 (Reuters): Philippine health care worker Vince Umali received a blow when the coronavirus pandemic derailed his plan to work in Canada this year, but he hopes to revive his dream of an overseas job after breakthroughs in the race to develop Covid-19 vaccines.
MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has approved ending a ban on deploying the nation's healthcare workers, his labour minister said on Saturday, clearing the way for thousands of nurses to take up jobs overseas.
MANILA, Nov 21 (Reuters):Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has approved ending a ban on deploying the nation's healthcare workers, his labour minister said on Saturday, clearing the way for thousands of nurses to take up jobs overseas.
SINGAPORE: Whether it’s chartering a private jet for a flight to nowhere or hiring a luxury yacht, some in Singapore are going to extraordinary lengths to cure the cabin fever that’s set in as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
TOKYO, Oct 25: ANA Holdings Inc has decided on a plan to reduce the number of group employees by some 3,500 by fiscal 2022 in an effort to survive the coronavirus crisis, informed sources said Sunday, says Japan Times.
MANILA, Oct 20 (Reuters): Philippine shares jumped nearly 2% on Tuesday as an easing of coronavirus restrictions cheered investors, while Thai markets headed for a fifth session of losses as anti-government protests dented hopes for a domestic economic recovery.
MANILA Oct 16 (Philipines Daily Inquirer/ANN): The Philippines' Covid-19 (coronavirus) task force has lifted a ban on overseas travel for Filipino tourists, the presidential office said on Friday.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asia-Pacific countries including Singapore, Australia and Japan are gradually easing some international travel restrictions as coronavirus cases slow, in hopes of helping to revive their economies.
TOKYO (Reuters): Japan is planning to remove a ban on overseas travel to China and 11 other countries next month, the Yomiuri newspaper reported on Thursday (Oct 8).