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SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore will prepare its population to deal with Covid-19 as part of their daily lives and people will be able to work, travel and shop without quarantines and lockdowns, even with the coronavirus in their midst.
The US National Security Agency, which is renowned for its secrecy, has opened its arms to the private sector and, at least for a day, the media.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore is drawing up a road map on how to live more normally with COVID-19 on expectations that the virus will become endemic like influenza and as vaccination rates pick up, said ministers leading the country's virus-fighting task force.
SOME 16, 000 residents of the Desa Rejang Public Housing flats in Setapak Jaya, Kuala Lumpur hope that generous Malaysians will step in to provide fresh food for the community as they go under lockdown for the next two weeks.
RITSONA, Greece (Reuters) - With walled camps and tougher border controls, Greece is hardening its approach ahead of summer when migrant arrivals pick up, defying criticism from aid groups and saying it has little choice given a lack of support from the rest of Europe.
FAMILIES placed under the enhanced movement control order (MCO) at 13 localities in Bayan Lepas, Penang, are looking forward to getting on with their daily routine.
SEREMBAN: The High Court here has overturned misadventure as the cause of death of French-Irish teenager Nora Anne Quoirin whose remains were found 10 days after she disappeared from a resort here almost two years ago and substituted this with an open verdict.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A mass vaccination centre in Tokyo will begin booking COVID-19 shots for people under 65 years old from Saturday, the Sankei Newspaper reported on Thursday, as Japan ramps up efforts to inoculate people before the 2020 Olympics open next month.
(Corrects Olympic cost estimate to more than $15 bln from $18 bln in paragraph 13)