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MOSCOW (Reuters) - The southern Russian region of Chechnya on Friday became the first to introduce a night curfew to try to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, despite having reported only a dozen confirmed cases.
KOTA KINABALU: Stern action should be taken against those who alleged that personal protective equipment (PPE) donated to Sabah by China is contaminated, says Kota Kinabalu MP Chan Foong Hin.
BEIJING: China will hold a national mourning event on Saturday (April 4) to commemorate those who died in its fight against the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, including 14 frontline workers. Starting at 10am, all people nationwide will observe a three-minute silence and cars, trains and ships will sound their horns, alongside the wails of air raid sirens, said the State Council in a statement Friday (April 3).
KAJANG: There were no criminal activities linked to a man who survived a fall from an apartment balcony on the fifth floor.
During the coronavirus pandemic, it seems as if everyone is connecting with Zoom’s videoconferencing app – including, on occasion, unwanted visitors.
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Ravi Prasad Gupta, a worker at a pipe plant in the western Indian state of Gujarat, for years proudly supported Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his promise to usher in "good days" for millions of impoverished labourers.
Malaysian author Hanna Alkaf and a dedicated team of volunteers are the driving force behind the #kitajagakita initiative.
Alphabet Inc's Google has published charts showing how the coronavirus has brought hard-hit Italy to a standstill, led to runs on grocery stores around the world and prompted a stark drop in going-out between Mardi Gras and St. Patrick's Day.
A senior Amazon.com Inc executive called a fired Staten Island warehouse worker “not smart or articulate” in internal discussions about how the company should respond to employee criticism of its handling of the pandemic, according to a person familiar with the matter.
While social media has been widely blamed for spreading dangerous coronavirus misinformation, tens of thousands of Australians are using their networks to support the healthcare workers risking their lives on the front lines of the pandemic.