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(Reuters) - As the COVID-19 vaccine rollout gains momentum, many countries are planning a gradual return to normal, opening borders and letting people back into restaurants, shops and sports venues after more than a year of on-off lockdowns.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) on Friday (May 7) extended until May 17 lockdown measures on some businesses and public places that carry high risk of spreading Covid-19.
PETALING JAYA: The decision to allow non-contact sports and recreational activities in areas under the movement control order has brought much relief to the public but many expressed hope that the government will be firmer in its decisions to avoid confusion.
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BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Spa fans flocked to Budapest's world-famous thermal baths on Saturday as Hungary relaxed lockdown restrictions for people with government-issued vaccination cards.
New Covid-19 restrictions came into force in Thailand on Monday to try to halt a spiralling outbreak that saw deaths hit a record single-day high over the weekend.
BANGKOK (Reuters) -Thailand's capital Bangkok has ordered the closure of public venues and sports premises, city official said on Saturday after the country reported a record daily rise in coronavirus cases and deaths amid a third wave of infections.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): China says the United Nations and other international bodies should talk over Japan’s decision to dump wastewater from the Fukushima nuclear power plant into the ocean, further ramping up its criticism of Tokyo’s plans.
SCHIERS, Switzerland (Reuters) - As a scientist counts down "3-2-1", five neon-colored orbs are lowered from a helicopter hovering overhead and released. The orbs barrel down the Swiss mountain, toppling beech and spruce trees as they pick up speed.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy will ease coronavirus curbs in many areas from April 26, the government said on Friday, warning caution was still needed to avoid any reversals in the reopening of many long-shuttered activities.