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ROME, Sept. 21 (Xinhua) -- Italian Health Minister Roberto Speranza on Monday ordered mandatory COVID-19 testing for travelers coming from seven regions of France, including Paris.
KEPALA BATAS: A noodle manufacturer, a coconut processing factory and a grocery shop here were ordered to close for two weeks after failing to meet hygiene and health regulations.
With schools shut since March in a virus lockdown, teachers in Nilamnagar, western India, came up with an innovative method to keep children invested in education, for families that could not afford an Internet subscription for online classes.
PETALING JAYA: Among six Asean countries, Malaysians are the fourth most likely to have tested for Covid-19, second least likely to have exhibited Covid-19 symptoms and also the second most likely to stay at home.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Selayang Magistrate’s Court ordered two factory workers to be remanded for six days to help investigations into the pollution of Sungai Gong in Rawang that disrupted water supply for 1.2 million consumer accounts in the Klang Valley.
PHNOM PENH, Sept 7 (The Phnom Penh Post/ANN): Cambodia and the US have vowed to continue promoting trade and investment at the US-Cambodia Trade and Investment Networking and Mini-Exposition.
Two factory workers also remanded over Sg Gong pollution that caused massive water disruptions in Klang Valley
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Selayang Magistrate's Court ordered two factory workers to be remanded for six days from Monday (Sept 7) for investigations into the pollution of a river by discharged effluents that disrupted water supplies to 1.2 million people over the past four days.
CAMBODIA has taken a heavy hit from the economic crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Firms are staring at cancelled orders, causing job losses.
THE Penang government has introduced a new CAT Bridge free bus service to ferry passengers between Seberang Jaya on the mainland and the island.
YANGON, Aug 27 (AFP): A lockdown in Myanmar's conflict-stricken Rakhine was expanded late Wednesday (Aug 26) to the entire state, halting the movement of more than three million people as the number of coronavirus cases steadily climbs.