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BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, July 11 (Borneo Bulletin/ANN): With Brunei Darussalam lifting restrictions slowly and the nation not registering any Covid-19 cases for over two months, more members of the public are seen engaging in outdoor activities.
(Reuters) - India's death toll from the coronavirus pandemic surpassed 20,000 on Tuesday and case numbers surged as the south Asian nation pushed ahead with relaxations to its almost two-month lockdown amid grim economic forecasts.
NEW DELHI/AGRA (Reuters) - India has withdrawn a planned reopening of the Taj Mahal, citing the risk of new coronavirus infections spreading in the northern city of Agra from visitors flocking to see the 17th century monument to love.
THAI authorities urged vigilance as the country celebrated its first long holiday weekend after lifting most restrictions imposed to fight the spread of the coronavirus.
BANGKOK, July 4 (AP): Thai authorities urged vigilance as the country celebrates its first long holiday weekend after lifting most restrictions imposed to fight the spread of the coronavirus. No new local infections have been reported in Thailand in more than a month.
BEIJING (Xinhua): Lowering taxes and raising duty-free quotas, China has taken concrete steps in line with a master plan released on June 1 to build the southern island province of Hainan into a high-level free trade port, showcasing the country's commitment towards both post-pandemic recovery and long-term economic growth.
(Reuters) - Texas, Florida and California are among U.S. states to reverse reopenings and reclose businesses such as bars to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Many other states have paused reopenings after seeing cases rise in the weeks after they lifted stay-at-home orders.
KNOKKE-HEIST, Belgium (Reuters) - Belgium has set up a new system to track mobile phones in order to limit crowding of seaside resorts and beaches that formally open for the summer season on Saturday.
BRUSSELS/MADRID (Reuters) - European nations eased border controls on Monday as coronavirus cases declined after three months of lockdown, with Germans escaping to holiday destinations and French people streaming into Belgium to buy cheap cigarettes.