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LISBON (Reuters) - Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa said on Friday he would propose next week extending a national lockdown till May 1 as the number of coronavirus cases in the country rose above 15,000.
(Reuters) - Some European countries have announced plans to ease restrictions on social life, transport and cross-border travel put in place since mid-March to battle the spread of the novel coronavirus.
LONDON/BANGKOK/DELHI (Reuters) - In Armenia, journalists must by law include information from the government in their stories about COVID-19. In the Philippines, the president has told security forces that if anyone violates the lockdown they should "shoot them dead". In Hungary, the premier can rule by decree indefinitely.
KUALA LUMPUR: Three residential buildings in Kuala Lumpur that were placed under enhanced movement control order (MCO) in Masjid India have so far recorded 79 cases of Covid-19.
PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Cambodia's parliament passed a law on Friday to prepare the way for a state of emergency, which Prime Minister Hun Sen has said he might have to declare to reinforce the campaign against the coronavirus.
PHNOM PENH (Xinhua): The National Assembly of Cambodia on Friday (April 10) approved a draft law on the state of emergency amid the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.
As coronavirus cases surge in Indonesia, doctors are working double-time treating patients both at hospitals and online through healthtech startups — an approach that is quickly becoming part of the national healthcare system.
I AM not sure if our Malaysian leaders, especially politicians, are aware that their pictures posted on social media are being watched closely – or rather, scrutinised.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Early voting in South Korea's parliamentary election kicked off on Friday, with coronavirus patients casting ballots at designated stations and candidates adopting new ways of campaigning to limit the risk of contagion.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un oversaw another military drill, state media reported Friday, ahead of a meeting of the country's rubber-stamp parliament, which is going ahead despite the coronavirus pandemic.