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KUALA LUMPUR: The conditional movement control order (MCO) compliance operations taskforce performed nearly 100,000 checks on the eve of Hari Raya Aidilfitri, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
PETALING JAYA: Cabbies whose driver’s card have expired should renew the document so that they can receive the one-off government aid of RM600 each, says Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
BUS and jeepney drivers compiling a “passenger manifest”. Malls issuing time cards to shoppers to limit their stay to just an hour. Churches collecting not just tithes, but also the names and contact numbers of those attending mass.
PETALING JAYA: Taxi drivers whose driver cards have expired should renew the document in order to receive the one-off government aid of RM600 each, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
SUBANG JAYA: Prasarana Malaysia Bhd will look at ways to increase public transport ridership in a post-Covid-19 era, says its new group chairman Datuk Seri Tajuddin Abdul Rahman
Face mask exhibition at Czech museum features folk motifs, fun designs, and the national flag.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - In a sign that the coronavirus will one day be history, the Czech National Museum is opening an exhibition of face masks worn to protect against the infection.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa could see up to 50,000 coronavirus deaths and as many as 3 million infections by the end of the year as the southern hemisphere winter leads to a higher rate of infection, scientific models showed on Thursday.
Baidu chief calls for coordinated Chinese government approach for personal data collected during pandemic
Central and provincial governments have pushed to gather and analyse more data to contain the spread of the coronavirus during the pandemic. To reduce the risks of data leakage and abuse, Baidu chief executive Robin Li proposes that government bodies standardise the management of such data.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian state and territory leaders bickered on Thursday over whether to reopen internal borders, a major step to rejuvenating the country's A$80 billion ($50 billion) domestic tourism industry, as part of measures to ease coronavirus restrictions.