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KOTA KINABALU: Sabah has given special permission to 23 people, including 12 tablighs who wanted to attend the cancelled gathering in Sulawesi, to return to Tawau on Sunday (March 29).
(Reuters) - It has been only three months since reports first emerged from China of an unknown virus causing unusual cases of pneumonia, and scientists and public health experts already know more about it and how it works than at the same point in earlier outbreaks.
PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - The director of one of Haiti's top hospitals was kidnapped on Friday, prompting staff to refuse to take in new patients in protest as the impoverished country battles an outbreak of the novel coronavirus amid a spike in gang violence.
LONDON (Reuters) - Air pollution from nitrogen dioxide has fallen by an estimated 40% in three European cities, according to new satellite data released by the European Space Agency (ESA), coinciding with a widespread lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
WHEN the conoravirus (Covid-19) first hit the news sometime in December last year, nobody would have thought that it would lead to a global crisis. Two weeks ago, many were staring at a 1930s kind of depression as the world was hit by the perfect storm.
TOP Glove Corp Bhd’s founder and chairman Tan Sri Lim Wee Chai’s entry into property developer LBS Bina Group Bhd over the past week is noteworthy.
FACED with business shutdown at a time when the global demand for consumer electronics is affected by persisting headwinds, electronic manufacturing services (EMS) companies in Malaysia find themselves in a tight spot.
The stimulus package shows the gravity of the situation faced in Malaysia and the rest of the world.
Beijing: As the coronavirus pandemic has gone global, thousands of factories in China have nimbly turned to a new and very profitable market – face masks for export.
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters): A global shortage of condoms is looming, the world's biggest producer said, after a movement control order (MCO) forced it to shut down production.