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PODGORICA (Reuters) - Montenegro's prime minister on Monday declared the country coronavirus-free - a move vital for its Adriatic tourism industry coming 69 days after it reported its first case and after 20 without a new one.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Iceland eased its national alert against the coronavirus on Monday, allowing for public gatherings of up to 200 people and night clubs and gyms to reopen as the country nears complete recovery from the outbreak.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin made a rare lockdown appearance in the Kremlin on Monday after officials said improvements in the coronavirus situation may allow Russia to re-open some tourist resorts soon and relax restrictions in many regions.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The death toll from the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in Sweden has topped 4,000, statistics published by the Public Health Agency showed on Monday.
WUHAN: The central Chinese city of Wuhan conducted 6,574,093 nucleic acid tests to screen Covid-19 (coronavirus) infections between May 14 and 23, according to the local health authority on Monday (May 25).
HONG KONG: Hong Kong's Centre for Health Protection (CHP) reported no new confirmed cases of Covid-19 (coronavirus) as of 4pm local time Monday (May 25) and the total number of confirmed cases in Hong Kong remained at 1,065.
HONG KONG: Most Asian markets rose Monday (may 25) as a further opening up of economies from lockdown offset worries over worsening China-US tensions, while Hong Kong traders stayed cautious following weekend protests over a controversial proposed security law.
A happy Raya for Brunei as govt reports no new Covid-19 cases for 18 straight days, schools to start next week
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN: Brunei experienced a peaceful Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebrations as it reported no new cases of Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic on Monday morning (May 25) with the national tally of cases standing at 141, marking the 18th consecutive day without new cases.
HONG KONG: Most Asian markets rose Monday (May 25) as a further opening up of economies from lockdown offset worries over worsening China-US tensions, while Hong Kong sank again after the city was rocked by protests at the weekend over a controversial proposed security law.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's most populous state on Monday urged locals to continue working from home despite schools reopening as the number of coronavirus cases slows.