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LABUAN (Bernama): A 70-year-old woman who had been stranded for 32 years in Sarawak was able to return and reunite with her family here on Saturday (Feb 27) thanks to a mercy operation.
PETALING JAYA: A total of eight new Covid-19 clusters have been identified, says Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia in 2019 jailed eight people for between seven and 20 years over the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in 2018.
PETALING JAYA: A vaccine passport with wider uses, other than enabling international travel, should not be made compulsory for entry into local facilities and services like restaurants and gyms, say health experts.
Masidi praises SMK Nabawan school admin for isolating infected students to prevent spread of Covid-19
KOTA KINABALU: The quick thinking of the SMK Nabawan administration to isolate three symptomatic students has helped prevent further spread of Covid-19 in the school.
Inter-district, interstate travel ban likely to continue until at least 70% of population vaccinated, says Health DG
PUTRAJAYA: The travel ban between states and districts may go on until at least 70% of the population have been vaccinated for Covid-19, says Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
PUTRAJAYA: Those with confirmed Covid-19 vaccination appointments should do their very best not to miss them, says Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark risks not reaching its ambitious goal to cut carbon emissions by 70% by 2030 because it is too reliant on unproven technology, an independent council monitoring the effort said on Friday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The Japanese government said on Friday it would end a state of emergency in six prefectures at the end of this month, a week earlier than scheduled, as new coronavirus cases decline.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary could consider tightening some lockdown restrictions as coronavirus infections are expected to rise "drastically" in the next two weeks, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told state radio on Friday.