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TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan will declare "short and powerful" states of emergency for Tokyo, Osaka and two other prefectures on Friday as the country struggles to contain a resurgent pandemic just three months ahead of the Olympics.
Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi has announced that China is ready to deepen cooperation with Brunei in fighting Covid-19, support Brunei in carrying out vaccination and help it overcome the pandemic at an early date.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary will reach a 40% inoculation rate by the middle of next week, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told public radio on Friday, a milestone that would allow it to reopen a wide range of activities in the services sector on the way to normalcy.
Japan to seek 'short, powerful' state of emergency for Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo amid Covid-19 surge
TOKYO, April 23 (REUTERS): The Japanese government is seeking a "short and powerful" state of emergency for Tokyo, Osaka and two other prefectures, a Cabinet minister said on Friday (April 23), as Japan struggles to contain a resurgent pandemic just three months ahead of the Olympics.
Sarawak kickstarts phase two of inoculation programme in Kuching, six other divisions today (April 23)
KUCHING: Sarawak will intensify its campaign to reach out to the public to register for the Covid-19 vaccination programme now that the second phase is underway.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea granted conditional approval on Friday that will allow the public to use two coronavirus self-test kits for the first time, as a surge in infections has rekindled calls to step up testing.
MUMBAI, (Reuters) -India reported the world's highest daily tally of coronavirus cases for the second day on Friday, surpassing 330,000 new cases, as it struggles with a health system overwhelmed by patients and plagued by accidents.
CANBERRA (Reuters) - Australia's Minister for Trade has urged AstraZeneca to dispatch 1 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to Papua New Guinea amid concerns about the spread of the virus there, saying the EU had pledged no hindrance to the exports.
South-East Asia’s biggest predominantly Muslim nations are tightening movement restrictions to avert a surge in Covid-19 infections around the Ramadan holidays.
Rolling figure for three months ending in March edges down 0.4 percentage points compared to previous periodLabour chief says easing of pandemic has helped stabilise situation but job market may still face challenges in near term