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GEORGE TOWN: The Covid-19 pandemic has put a damper on the Penang government’s efforts against the use of single-use plastics.
KUALA LUMPUR: There is no evidence that the Covid-19 Omicron variant is causing the paracetamol shortage in the market, says Malaysian Medical Association (MMA).
AS Malaysians head back to more normal days following last month’s floods and amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Carlsberg Malaysia aims to lift their spirits by delivering smoothness and longevity this Chinese New Year.
GEORGE TOWN: There are no plans to control the sale of alcoholic beverages in convenience stores in Penang, says Zairil Khir Johari.
HUMANS are creatures of habit. We tend to default to what’s familiar, unless a worthy cause – like the Covid-19 virus – comes along to jolt us out of what we’re comfortable with.Fumbling for cash at the cash register was largely a norm in Malaysia even with the existence of cashless payments before the onset of Covid-19.
Thailand: Concern now over deep South virus outbreak: infection rate is as high as epicentre Bangkok
The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration is worried about the coronavirus situation in the deep South as the infection rate in four southern provinces are reported to be as high as the capital’s, assistant spokesperson Dr Apisamai Srirangsan said.
The number of daily Covid-19 deaths in Thailand fell below 100 for the first time since July 26, the country's health authorities reported on Saturday.
Thailand has eased some Covid-19 restrictive measures, shortened night-time curfews and reduced the mandatory quarantine period for incoming fully-vaccinated visitors to seven days.
Another 4 million doses of Sinopharm vaccine arrived at Suvarnabhumi Airport on Sunday, and will be distributed to organisations and hospitals as per their request, the Chulabhorn Royal Academy (CRA) said.
Thailand's manufacturing production activity expands for first time in 23 months; intensifies Covid-19 controls
Thailand's manufacturing production index (MPI), a gauge of manufacturing activity, rose for the first time in 23 months to 107.73 in March, the highest level in two years, official data has showed.