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(Reuters) -New York City Mayor Eric Adams on Thursday said his first paycheck, to arrive on Friday, will be automatically converted into cryptocurrency via Coinbase Global Inc.
Philippines logs 31,173 new Covid-19 cases on Thursday (Jan 20); total infections now above 3.3 million
The Philippines reported 31,173 new Covid-19 infections on Thursday, raising the number of confirmed cases in the Southeast Asian country to 3,324,478.
Indonesia confirmed 2,116 new Covid-19 cases on Thursday, the highest single-day rise since Aug. 7 last year, amid the spread of the Omicron variant in the archipelago.
The Philippines' swine inventory increased by about 700,000 heads over the last 12 months owing to a repopulation programme, following two years of declines due to African swine fever outbreaks, an agriculture official has announced.
The Philippines opened a zoo on Wednesday (Jan 19) as a makeshift vaccination centre in the hope its elephants and eagles can attract young and elderly people hesitant about getting inoculated against Covid-19.
19 more Omicron community cases in Cambodia as health ministry plans mobile teams for remote rural vaccination
The Ministry of Health on Thursday reported 37 new Covid-19 cases, 18 of which were imported and all were confirmed to be the Omicron variant.
The Philippines again tops South-East Asia in daily Covid-19 infections, with record cases last week prompting tighter restrictions, disrupting businesses and filling up hospitals.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s Covid-19 vaccination programme for children aged five to 12 will begin on Feb 3, the Health Ministry said.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's western prefecture of Osaka and two neighbouring regions are expected to join in a widening declaration of COVID-19 prevention measures, Osaka's governor said on Thursday.
Nearly all the people in Singapore are now on the national Covid-19 contact tracing programme TraceTogether, 21 months after its launch.