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DUBAI (Reuters) - Government employees went back to work in Iran on Saturday and President Hassan Rouhani said mosques are to resume daily prayers throughout the country, even though some areas are seeing high levels of coronavirus infections.
PUTRAJAYA: More sectors including schools can be reopened if Malaysia continues to see low Covid-19 figures in the first week of June, said Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
PUTRAJAYA: More sectors including schools can be reopened if Malaysia continues to show low Covid-19 figures in the first week of June, says Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
(Reuters) - Less than four months after a 57-year-old California woman died and was later found to be the country's first COVID-19 fatality, the coronavirus U.S. death toll topped 100,000 people on Wednesday, according to a Reuters tally.
PETALING JAYA: Churches that are members of the Council of Churches of Malaysia (CCM) will remain closed until the movement control order (MCO) is fully lifted.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has pledged to build 2,000 new ventilators for coronavirus patients that even the government says hospitals are unlikely to need.
NEW DELHI/AHMEDABAD (Reuters) - India on Sunday extended a nationwide lockdown to May 31, as cases exceeded 90,000 and further clashes erupted between police and stranded migrants.
NEW DELHI: India said on Sunday (May 17) it would privatise state-run companies in non-strategic sectors and stop fresh insolvency cases for a year, as the economy grapples with a Covid-19 (coronavirus)-related standstill.
PUTRAJAYA: With prayers at mosques now permitted under strict conditions, the government will be looking at easing rules for gatherings at places of worship for other faiths.