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HUNDREDS of lanterns were released into the sky by Indonesian Buddhists celebrating Wesak Day at the temple of Borobudur for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic hit the country.
MAGELANG, Indonesia (AFP): Hundreds of lanterns were released into the sky by Indonesian Buddhists celebrating Wesak day at the temple of Borobudur for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic hit the country.
HANOI (Vietnam News/Asia News Network): Along with the policy of safe and effective control of the pandemic, Vietnam's tourism sector continues to prepare solutions to recover and adapt to the new normal.
from PROFESSOR ADEEBA KAMARULZAMAN, Universiti Malaya, and TAN SRI JEMILAH MAHMOOD, Sunway University
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Novak Djokovic is likely to face hostility both on and off court if he is allowed to play at the Australian Open but a former member of the Serbian's team thinks the world number one is well-equipped to deal with it.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's COVID-19 infections hovered near record levels on Tuesday as a surge of infections caused by the Omicron variant put a strain on hospitals already stretched by staff isolating after being exposed to the virus.
SYDNEY (Reuters) -Australia's most populous state, New South Wales, recorded its highest number of daily COVID-19 deaths on Saturday as the Omicron variant sweeps the country and lawmakers face pressure to close widening supply chain gaps.
SYDNEY (Reuters) -Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Wednesday ruled out a Christmas lockdown, saying hospitals were coping well with a record surge in COVID-19 cases fuelled by the Omicron variant.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia must move past "the heavy hand of government" and authorities must stop shutting down people's lives with COVID-19 lockdowns, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Tuesday, as daily infections in the country shot up to a new pandemic high.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Russian Nata Vikhlyantseva has revealed that she will be unable to travel to Australia and attempt to play in the first Grand Slam of next season because her COVID-19 vaccine is not recognised by local health authorities.