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(Reuters) - The World Health Organization has urged Indonesia, one of the world's biggest advocates of two malaria drugs to treat the coronavirus, to suspend such treatment over safety concerns, a source familiar with the advice told Reuters on Tuesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Some countries are again allowing non-contact sports like tennis, as long as players and venues stick to strict guidelines aimed at minimizing health risks.
LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal and Britain are in talks to try and secure an air corridor for tourists that would allow British visitors to avoid a COVID-19 quarantine upon returning home, two Portuguese sources familiar with the situation said.
KOTA KINABALU: An online petition has been initiated to get the recently announced Unduk Ngadau competition cancelled amidst the Covid-19 health crisis.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A man who overcame his fear of monitor lizards to rescue one has become an Internet hero.
BEIJING/HONG KONG: China's economic recovery is set to benefit member states of the Association of South-East Asian Nations, even amid continuing uncertainty over Covid-19 (coronavirus), a leading Asian economist said.
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's nursing homes, ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic which claimed the lives of thousands of residents, face financial pressures that threaten to put many out of business and create a fresh elderly care crisis.
JAKARTA: As Indonesia's most populous province weighed tough movement restrictions to stop the Covid-19 (coronavirus), it turned to a loosely-knit volunteer group of data scientists and health experts. The Kawal Covid-19 (Guard against Covid-19) group organised a data model presented to the provincial governor of the pandemic.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - As Indonesia's most populous province weighed tough movement restrictions to stop the new coronavirus, it turned to a loosely-knit volunteer group of data scientists and health experts.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Children under the age of two shouldn't wear masks because they can make breathing difficult and increase the risk of choking, a Japan medical group said, launching an urgent appeal to parents as the country reopens from the coronavirus crisis.