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A PROLONGED and severe impact from the Covid-19 pandemic remains a key downside risk to the economy and financial stability, Bank Negara says.
RABAT (Reuters) - Thousands of African migrants without revenue during Morocco's coronavirus lockdown could run out of money for food and essentials, and rights groups have urged the government to offer them the same cash help it has promised to citizens.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Five inmates at a federal prison in Oakdale, Louisiana, have died since March 28 after contracting the coronavirus. Harold Lee’s family fears he could be next.
JOHOR BARU: The Johor government has introduced 15 new incentives, including rental exemption and allocation for the purchase of medical equipment, primarily aimed at aiding those on frontlines of the battle against Covid-19, as well as the B40 community.
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BASILE, Louisiana (Reuters) - U.S. immigration officials say they have a plan if detention centers get hit with coronavirus outbreaks: They will transfer detainees with serious symptoms to hospitals with "expertise in high risk care."
HONG KONG (Xinhua): The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government on Thursday (April 2) announced the decision to temporarily close bars and other liquor-selling premises in response to an upsurge in Covid-19 cases.
AMMAN (Reuters) - Syrian authorities on Thursday sealed a major Shi'ite shrine that is a magnet for tens of thousands of Iranian pilgrims whom medics and the U.N. officials warned their congregation puts the country at risk of a major spread of coronavirus.
(Reuters) - Like many American colleges, Vanderbilt University in Nashville announced last month it was closing its dormitories and putting classes online because of the growing threat of coronavirus. It said it was acting "out of an abundance of caution" after a local healthcare worker had tested positive for the disease.
The worldwide race to protect people against unwitting coronavirus carriers intensified on April 2, pitting governments against each other in the race to buy protective gear and prompting new questions about who should wear masks, get temperature checks or even be permitted to go outside.