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SEOUL (Reuters): One of the cabin crew of Korean Air has tested positive for coronavirus, the airline said on Tuesday (Feb 25), prompting it to shut its office near the Incheon International Airport, where the crew briefing room is located.
SEOUL (AFP): South Korea reported 60 more novel coronavirus cases on Tuesday (Feb 25), the smallest increase for four days in the Korea Centres for Disease Control and Prevention's (KCDC) morning updates.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea reported 161 new cases of the coronavirus, bringing the total number of infected patients in the country to 763, health authorities said on Monday, a day after the government raised its infectious disease alert to its highest level.
BEIJING (AFP): China's leader said on Sunday (Feb 23) that the new coronavirus epidemic is the country's largest-ever public health emergency, but other nations were also increasingly under pressure from the deadly outbreak's relentless global march.
LONDON (Reuters) - Four passengers tested positive for coronavirus in England on Sunday after being evacuated from the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan, Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty said in a statement on Twitter.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Naval forces from the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen on Sunday foiled an "imminent terrorist" attack by the Iran-aligned Houthi movement in the southern Red Sea, a major commercial shipping channel, the coalition said.
SINGAPORE: The daughter-in-law of Singapore's founding father has been found guilty by a disciplinary tribunal of professional misconduct over her involvement in preparing his will, which is at heart of a feud between the city-state's first family. The latest development in a long-running saga could sow further discord among the prime minister and his siblings.
South Korea is raising its alert level on the new coronavirus to the "highest", President Moon Jae-in said Sunday (Feb 23), in the face of a sudden spike in the number of infections. In other developments, Italy and Iran took drastic containment steps as worldwide fears over the epidemic spiralled.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The daughter-in-law of Singapore's founding father has been found guilty by a disciplinary tribunal of professional misconduct over her involvement in preparing his will, which is at heart of a feud between the city-state's first family.
Beijing: The World Health Organisation-led joint expert mission in China has been working in Beijing, Sichuan and Guangdong, and will travel to Wuhan as it continues its work at the epicentre of the outbreak, according to WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.