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KOTA KINABALU: The number of Covid-19 cases in Sabah spiked on Tuesday (Oct 19) with 695 infections, an increase of 198 from the day before.
SYDNEY: Asia-Pacific airlines have lost billions of dollars this year, with jets grounded in Covid-19 transportation freezes. Now, as some of the world’s strictest pandemic-related travel rules begin to ease, they’re ramping up flights and ticket offers.
SYDNEY/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asia-Pacific airlines have lost billions of dollars this year, with jets grounded in COVID-19 transportation freezes. Now, as some of the world's strictest pandemic-related travel rules begin to ease, they're ramping up flights and ticket offers.
Weekly, night markets allowed to open from Tuesday (Oct 12) at Sabah districts with 60% fully-vaccinated adults
KOTA KINABALU: Tamus (weekly markets), night markets and agro markets (pasar tani) are now allowed to open at Sabah districts where 60% of the adult population is fully vaccinated.
Thailand records 10,817 Covid-19 cases and 84 deaths on Sunday (Oct 10) as infections are stabilising in country
Thailand recorded 10,817 new cases and 84 deaths over the past 24 hours on Sunday, the Public Health Ministry reported. Of the positive cases, 50 were found in prisons.
Thailand's economy should improve further in the final quarter of this year thanks to government support measures and September's relaxation of coronavirus curbs to spur activity, a deputy prime minister has announced.
AS the last quarter of the year rolls in, hope for a firmer recovery seems within reach. More states are progressing through the phases under the National Recovery Plan and more businesses are allowed to operate at greater capacity.
Living through the coronavirus pandemic in Singapore, Joys Tan followed the rules that helped the city-state keep its cases low: keeping her distance from others, wearing a mask and getting herself vaccinated.
KUALA LUMPUR: Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd expects the ongoing rollout of the nationwide vaccination programme and subsequent relaxation of restrictions to pave the way for economic recovery.
KUALA LUMPUR: Pay-TV operator Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd reported steady revenue in the second quarter, but the elevated content cost related to the Tokyo Olympics and UEFA EURO 2020 hurt its bottomline.