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MITO, Japan (AP): Shares were mixed in Asia on Wednesday (July 22), with Australia’s benchmark down more than 1% on reports of a sharp rise in coronavirus cases in the Melbourne area.
Online forums see experts discuss health and occupational wellness issues in remote environment.
WASHINGTON: The U.S. Federal Reserve bought US$428 million in bonds of individual companies through mid-June, making investments in household names like Walmart and AT&T as well as in major oil firms, tobacco giant Philip Morris International Inc, and a utility subsidiary of billionaire Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway holding company.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Hospitals in Indonesia's second largest city of Surabaya have been overwhelmed by a surge of new coronavirus cases, forcing them to turn patients away, the Indonesian Medical Association said on Thursday.
JAKARTA: Police in the Indonesian capital said on Monday (May 4) they had detained 10 people for allegedly spreading misinformation about the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. The detainees will likely face charges of spreading false news and engaging in hate speech through social media and instant messaging, said Jakarta police spokesman Yusri Yunus.
JAKARTA: Indonesian on Monday (May 4) has stepped up measures in anticipation of an influx of migrant workers returning from abroad either to celebrate Ramadan with family or because they have been affected by the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Patrons of Tokyo restaurants and bars will be able to light up indoors for the last time on Tuesday as one of the world's most cigarette-friendly cities starts enforcing anti-smoking laws from April 1.
SAN FRANCISCO (AFP): As the new coronavirus spreads globally, the online battle to keep misinformation about the disease is also stepping up.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - The world's largest cigarette makers, British American Tobacco Plc and Philip Morris International, will have until early March to defend themselves in a lawsuit in Brazil over compensation for tobacco-related diseases.