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HONG KONG (The Straits Times/ANN): A coronavirus outbreak in a Hong Kong residential estate that ended a 16-day streak of zero local infections has sparked warnings from the city’s chief executive, prompting the government to extend existing social distancing measures that are about to expire.
SHE came running down the staircase, all dressed up to go out. I stopped her in her tracks.
COLOURFUL bags of rubbish blanket the floors between two blocks of low-medium cost flats in Teluk Indah, Prai, as it continues to live up to its ‘dirtiest flats in Penang’ image given several years ago.
Job flows deemed slow despite easing of MCO
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened higher against the US dollar today as the procession of good news weighs on safe haven US dollar, with market players anticipating that the worst of COVID-19's economic slowdown is behind Asia and the developed world.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore has to remain cautious and vigilant after exiting the circuit breaker, as dealing with the coronavirus pandemic is "a marathon, not a sprint", said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
MANILA (The Straits Times/ANN): Millions of Filipinos living in Metro Manila opted to stay home on Monday (June 1), the first day since the Philippines lifted one of the world's strictest and longest coronavirus lockdowns, as concerns over getting infected by a deadly coronavirus overpowered their desire to go out after being cooped up for three months
BANGKOK (Xinhua/ANN): Many Thai nationals and migrants, who have been employed for jobs in Malaysia, will likely re-enter Thailand shortly after the neighbouring country lifts a lockdown measure expected to be this week, an army general has announced.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's national airline LOT may resume international flights in the next few weeks, State Assets Minister Jacek Sasin said on Monday, as the country gradually lifts restrictions imposed to halt the spread of the new coronavirus.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa partly lifted a two month-old coronavirus lockdown on Monday, letting people outside for work, worship, exercise or shopping, and allowing mines and factories to run at full capacity to try to revive the economy.