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BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand will close close schools, bars and massage parlours, as well as ban alcohol sales in restaurants, for at least two weeks starting from Sunday after a jump in COVID-19 cases, a senior official said.
Ahead of Hari Raya Aidilfitri next month, many Malaysians are wondering whether they would be allowed to travel across state lines to celebrate the festival in their hometowns. We look at Covid-19 numbers to see if this is a good idea.
PUTRAJAYA: Mayors, local council presidents and their enforcement officers have been empowered to issue compounds to those who do not comply with the Covid-19 standard operating procedure (SOP) and related violations.
IPOH: The Ipoh City council will make any necessary changes to the management of Ramadan bazaars if the need arises.
KOTA KINABALU: There will be no Ramadan bazaars in Sabah this year, said the state-level National Security Council.
JOHOR BARU: About 9,000 enumerators have been hired to conduct face-to-face interviews nationwide for the Malaysia Population and Housing Census (Census 2020) under the Department of Statistics Malaysia.
KUCHING: Over a third of new Covid-19 cases in Sarawak reported on Wednesday (April 7) comes from a new cluster in Meradong, as the state continued to record the nation's highest daily infection figure with 332 cases.
Thailand's capital Bangkok will close 196 entertainment venues for two weeks, the city's governor said on Monday, following a new surge in coronavirus cases.