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SIBU: A total of seven of the 34 Covid-19 zones here have been placed under special movement restrictions from midnight on Friday (April 16) to April 26 following a spike in cases.
It is not a bird, a plane or Superman: the aircraft humming in the skies above Colombia's capital Bogota are instead police drones that are meant to detect people with high temperatures or those violating the country's coronavirus quarantine.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - It is not a bird, a plane or Superman: the aircraft humming in the skies above Colombia's capital Bogota are instead police drones that are meant to detect people with high temperatures or those violating the country's coronavirus quarantine.
PETALING JAYA: There is no longer a legal basis for the stricter movement control order (MCO) regulations from May 4 to 12 because it has been cancelled and replaced with more lenient rules under the conditional MCO (CMCO), says Bar Council constitutional law committee co-chairman Andrew Khoo.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealanders will be able to go fishing, surfing, hunting and hiking this week for the first time in more than a month as the country begins to ease its way out of a strict lockdown that successfully slowed the spread of the coronavirus.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary is extending lockdown measures to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus by one week from Saturday, Prime Minister Viktor Orban's chief of staff said at a media conference on Thursday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday weighed in on the potential imposition on religious rights caused by COVID-19 state shutdown orders, siding with a Mississippi church that sued the city of Greenville.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary has prolonged a nationwide lockdown indefinitely to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Thursday, asking citizens to observe the order despite the Easter holiday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The fast-spreading coronavirus has forced the U.S. military to restrict the movement of thousands of personnel in the regions overseas most exposed to the virus: Asia, Europe and the Middle East, U.S. military commands tell Reuters.