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In Cuba, the search for basic goods such as nails or toilet paper can mean queueing for several hours at a store. To avoid the wait, many Cubans are joining WhatsApp and Telegram chat groups that alert them where they can find products or find someone looking to barter goods.
Tyrita Franklin-Corbett knew she was risking her health delivering groceries during the coronavirus pandemic, but she didn’t expect to be laid up by a dog attack.
PETALING JAYA: Umno Youth has called for a political ceasefire and for politicians to focus on national reconciliation as the country deals with a resurgence of Covid-19 cases.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland announced some of Europe's toughest COVID-19 constraints on Monday, shutting non-essential retail, limiting restaurants and pubs to take away service and telling people not to travel more than five kilometres (3 miles) from their home.
SINGAPORE, Oct 19 (The Straits Times/ANN): Over S$5.5 billion under the Jobs Support Scheme (JSS) will be paid out to more than 140,000 employers from Oct 29, to help them retain their workers amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
As the country enters the thrid wave of the pandemic, Malaysians need to come together to get through this challenging year.
It earmarks RM150mil to grow packaging business
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Jacinda Ardern's landslide election win gives her a mandate for the transformational change she has been promising New Zealand for three years, but the COVID-19 pandemic may limit what she can actually do.
Indonesians are angry over an employment bill that seeks to attract investment from within and outside the country by repealing some regulations that are seen as complicating business operations including protection of workers' rights.
Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble: more affordable Covid-19 tests needed to boost tourism, industry players say
HONG KONG, Oct 17 (SCMP): Coronavirus PCR tests range between US$39 and more than US$129 in Hong Kong, while similar tests cost about US$221 at Singapore airportIf the prices are not lowered, only people with urgent needs will resume travel, and local tourism industry won’t benefit, lawmaker Yiu Si-wing says