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More than 100,000 people in five provinces in southern Thailand lost their jobs, including 70,000 Thais who returned from Malaysia, following the Covid-19 outbreak that resulted in border closures and blockades on both sides of the border.
A woman who failed to wear a mask in public places, including the Marina Bay Sands (MBS) integrated resort, on numerous occasions, admitted to her offences in a district court on Monday (Sept 6) and was sentenced to 16 weeks in jail.
The battle with Covid-19 doesn’t always end when a patient is discharged. While most are able to recover fully, some patients experience post-Covid conditions where symptoms persist weeks or even months after the initial infection has gone, affecting their health, daily lives, and careers.
As space missions grow longer, new problems crop up, with one of them being how to keep astronauts' underwear clean for longer to reduce waste and make processes more environmentally friendly.
JOHOR BARU: Opening up the two land borders in Johor with Singapore, which have been closed for more than a year due to Covid-19, must be among the top priorities of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob, say local leaders and experts.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore will from next week lift some COVID-19 curbs and ease restrictions on entry for foreign workers, its health minister said on Friday, as the share of people who have been fully vaccinated against the virus in the city state nears 70%.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): The People's Action Party's (PAP) women's wing and youth wing have called for workplace anti-discrimination laws and full flexibility for couples to share parental leave.
Speculation over whether Alibaba will re-enter music streaming gains traction after Tencent loses exclusive rights
A subsidiary of Alibaba Group Holding has applied for a slew of trademarks for its now-defunct music streaming service. Xiami Music, which ceased operations in February, was once Alibaba’s main competitor for Chinese listeners.
NEW YORK/LONDON: Bond yields jumped and global share prices slipped after posting new highs on Tuesday as the biggest hike in U.S. inflation in 13 years rattled investors who fear rising interest rates could end a stock market rally that has doubled prices from 2020 lows.