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KUALA TERENGGANU (Bernama): There is no doubt that the movement control order (MCO), implemented since March 18 in a bid to curb the spread of Covid-19, has impacted the daily routine of every Malaysian, more so that of autistic children.
PANAMA CITY (Reuters) - Panama's health ministry said on Thursday it had registered 1,475 coronavirus cases in the Central American country, an increase of 158 from a day earlier.
KUALA LUMPUR: Nations considering bids to host the 2027 Asian Cup have been given an extra three months to lodge expressions of interest due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) said.
NANNING: When night falls, food streets in Nanning, capital of southern China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, spring to life with eager diners and bustling restaurants as the coronavirus outbreak wanes in the country.
BANGKOK (AFP): Thailand will introduce a six-hour night curfew in a bid to control the spread of the coronavirus, authorities said Thursday (April 2), warning anyone who breached the order faced a two-year jail term.
BEIJING (Xinhua): China will endeavour to stabilise new car sales, loosen purchase restrictions in certain cities and invigorate the used-car market in a bid to unleash the consumption potential for cars, an official said Thursday (April 2).
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.
The longstanding stereotype of Japan's office-bound "salaryman" is being tested as companies cautiously embrace working from home in a bid to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
Under the helm of the Malaysian Official Designers Association, local fashion designers are banding together to sew medical gowns for hospitals.Under the helm of the Malaysian Official Designers Association, local fashion designers are banding together to sew medical gowns for hospitals.
OIL clawed back losses in early Asian trading despite a looming supply flood from Saudi Arabia and signs of deepening demand destruction.