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While social media has been widely blamed for spreading dangerous coronavirus misinformation, tens of thousands of Australians are using their networks to support the healthcare workers risking their lives on the front lines of the pandemic.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Train operators in Bangkok have adjusted their service hours after the government declared a curfew on Thursday (April 2), ordering suspension of all public transport nationwide from 9.30pm to 4am from April 3 until further notice.
WUHAN, China (Reuters) - Volunteers in hazmat suits have been spraying Wuhan with disinfectant to help the Chinese city where the coronavirus first took hold get back to work as the number of new cases in China drops.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Police arrested a woman in a food market in a Chilean city on Wednesday who health authorities said had checked herself out of the hospital where she was being treated.
LJUBLJANA (Reuters) - The Slovenian parliament on Thursday approved measures worth about 3 billion euros, or 6% of GDP, to help companies and individuals overcome the coronavirus epidemic.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Europe's largest city, Istanbul, is running out of time to impose a lockdown and stop a surge in coronavirus cases as around two million people are still going out into the streets every day, its mayor Ekrem Imamoglu said on Thursday.
WHAT Ramadan bazaar traders in Selangor had feared has happened.
The longstanding stereotype of Japan's office-bound "salaryman" is being tested as companies cautiously embrace working from home in a bid to stem the spread of the coronavirus.