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HONG KONG (The Straits Times/ANN): The authorities here have cut short the compulsory quarantine period in designated hotels for visitors from low-risk countries, including Singapore, from 21 days to 14 from Friday (April 9).
A RESTAURANT worker from Johor faked a positive Covid-19 test result in an attempt to quit but it ended up costing the business owner thousands of ringgit in losses as the shop had to be closed and all workers tested for the virus, China Press reported.
GEORGE TOWN: There used to be many people at the cemeteries for Qing Ming, but this year, Loh Kee Ong found himself alone at the United Hokkien Cemeteries columbarium in Batu Gantung.
TAIPEI (REUTERS): A train derailed in a tunnel in eastern Taiwan on Friday (April 2), with at least 36 dead and 72 injured, the Transport Ministry said.
Cemeteries in Sibu are hoping to discourage people from visiting and crowding the premises, by not providing the MySejahtera QR code and logbook during Qing Ming.
MCA urges management of cemeteries, columbariums to open during Qing Ming, says willing to bear responsibility if there are SOP breaches
PETALING JAYA: All cemeteries and columbariums should be open for Qing Ming, says MCA.
GEORGE TOWN: Layers of golden yellow flowers carpeting the streets beneath Angsana trees (Pterocarpus indicus) on the island here are indeed a sight to behold.
WITH Qing Ming (Tomb-Sweeping Day) Festival coming up on April 4 and the movement control order still in force (the conditional phase for Selangor and Kuala Lumpur is extended until March 31), cemeteries in various cities are ensuring the SOP is observed strictly in the continuous concerted fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
SIBU: Although the public is allowed to observe Qing Ming (Tomb-Sweeping Day), cemetery managements here will not put up the MySejahtera code or logbook for registration so as to discourage people from observing the festival amid Covid-19 concerns.