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BANGKOK (Reuters) - For many residents of bustling Bangkok, a daily walk or run through central Lumpini Park is considered a sanity saver, and especially these days as most people remain indoors during the coronavirus outbreak.
UK officials are in talks with mobile network operators about using their data to aid government efforts to repatriate Britons stranded abroad because of the coronavirus crisis, said three people familiar with the matter.
Things are looking bleak for the aviation sector in Malaysia — Malaysia Airlines scaled back operations while AirAsia is on temporary hibernation — but that is not stopping local carriers from helping Covid-19 frontliners.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia on Thursday announced free childcare for six months as part of a bid to keep businesses operating through the coronavirus pandemic, as data on new infections supported early signs of "flattening the curve."
New York: Wall Street's three major indexes fell more than 4% on Wednesday, after President Donald Trump's dire warning on the U.S. death toll from the coronavirus sent investors running from even the most defensive equities.
A letter from WORRIED AND CONCERNED FATHER, Gombak
PEOPLE’S much-anticipated vacations ground to a screeching halt after travel restrictions and border shutdowns took place globally amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
THE fact that this question is being asked may come as a surprise to those who have witnessed stringent anti-cartel enforcement since the inception of the Competition Act 2010 (CA 2010).
TOKYO (Reuters): Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Wednesday (April 1) the government was expanding a ban on the entry of non-Japanese people to cover 73 countries as policymakers try to contain the coronavirus outbreak
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Wednesday the government was expanding a ban on the entry of non-Japanese people to cover 73 countries as policymakers try to contain the coronavirus outbreak.