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BANGKOK: A shutdown to contain the Covid-19 (coronavirus) has killed Thailand's party scene and forced sex workers like Pim out of bars and onto desolate streets. She's scared but desperately needs customers to pay her rent.
PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry's main concern now is imported Covid-19 cases as Malaysians returning from other countries have the possibility of carrying the disease.
MADRID (Reuters) - In a complex of holiday bungalows to the east of Madrid, Venezuelan refugees and homeless people have replaced the tourists, business meetings and wedding parties that usually fill the premises.
JAKARTA: Poaching and habitat loss have decimated Indonesia's orangutan population, but now the Covid-19 (coronavirus) has emerged as another potential deadly threat to the critically endangered species. While there have been no confirmed cases of transmission from humans to the fuzzy-haired apes, they share 97% of our DNA.
PHNOM PENH: Cambodia has waived overstay fines for tourists stranded in the kingdom due to the ongoing disruption to flights caused by the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, according to a foreign ministry's diplomatic note released to the media on Saturday (April 4).
TEOTITLAN DEL VALLE, Oaxaca (Reuters) - Deep in the foothills of Mexico's Sierra Juarez mountains, Juana Lazaro washes her hands vigorously, lathering up to her elbows and scrubbing between her fingers then rinsing them several times with cold water.
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HAVANA (Reuters) - Upmarket restaurants are delivering free meals to the elderly, while a fashion firm donates face masks. A business consultancy calls on its clients to donate hygiene products and artisanal soap shops gift their wares to low income households.
PARIS (Reuters) - Parisians confined to their flats by a lockdown imposed to curb the spread of coronavirus can at least now open their windows and breathe in fresh air, listen to the birds and enjoy a peaceful night's sleep.