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JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): Jakarta will remain under prevailing Covid-19 curbs at least for the time being, the government has announced, despite a recent case spike in the city that authorities have called “the first battleground” in the fight against the highly contagious Omicron variant.
HO CHI MINH CITY (Vietnam News Network/Asia News Network): HCM City has adjusted urban planning to develop riverside infrastructure by 2040, including a road along the Saigon River from District 1 to outlying Củ Chi District.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of people protested in Brussels on Sunday against COVID-19 restrictions, some clashing with police who fired water cannon and tear gas to disperse them near the European Commission's headquarters.
IPOH: The Ipoh City Council (MBI) has been carrying out works to improve the drainage system in several areas around the city since last year, says mayor Datuk Rumaizi Baharin.
GEORGE TOWN: Even when feeling feverish, a person’s body temperature can still hover between high and normal over the course of one day, so priority should be on wearing face masks, say experts.
ACCRA (Reuters) - An explosion in Ghana's rural Western Region on Thursday razed hundreds of buildings and killed an unknown number of residents when a truck carrying explosives to a gold mine collided with a motorcycle.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): More than a third of all Indonesian deaths overseas that are associated with Covid-19 have occurred in Saudi Arabia, the Foreign Ministry has revealed, as authorities grapple with the dilemma of protecting undocumented workers and allowing its people to resume religious pilgrimages there.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): Jakartans are being called upon to be more vigilant and consider once again the possibility of working from home, after authorities flagged the city as the “first battleground” in the fight against the Omicron Covid-19 strain, amid worrying predictions of a third infection wave in the coming weeks.
Some of the nations that pried most deeply into private lives to track infections managed to keep deaths low, curb rampant spread and prevent healthcare systems from being overwhelmed.