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KOTA KINABALU: The floods and landslides which hit Papar, Penampang, Putatan and Kota Kinabalu on Wednesday have left a trail of mud, overturned cars and collapsed houses among the damages.
KUALA LUMPUR: On Aug 31, frontliners battled on to save lives ravaged by Covid-19. They could not join the 64th National Day celebration in Putrajaya but from where ever they were, the frontliners paid tribute to Malaysia by giving their all.
PENANG’S Construction Industry Vaccination (CIVac) programme which was scheduled to begin on on Aug 5 has been postponed to Thursday.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A veteran public health expert warned top Indian officials in early March that a new variant of the coronavirus was spreading quickly in a rural district in the heart of the country and that the outbreak required urgent attention.
LIMA, Peru (Reuters) - Peruvian socialist Pedro Castillo widened his lead against right-wing rival Keiko Fujimori in the country's presidential vote on Monday, but she said she will not concede yet and alleged "irregularities," although without showing much proof.
LIMA (Reuters) - Peruvian shamans, with rattles, smoke and pictures of the Andean country's two presidential candidates, are trying to read the tea leaves ahead of a polarized run-off election on June 6 with polls showing what could be a tight contest.
EVERYTHING is in place and the field intensive care unit (ICU) hospital at Kepala Batas Hospital is expected to be fully operational by Saturday.
TAIPEI (Reuters) -Taiwan is mobilising its diplomatic corps to secure a speedier delivery of COVID-19 vaccines - a quest that has become more urgent since a sudden rise in domestic cases on an island that has vaccinated less than 1% of its population.
TAIPEI: Taiwan’s economic prospects are bright and growth this year will come in as expected as long as the Covid-19 situation can be brought under control quickly, according to the government, adding that the impact of a recent spike in cases was limited.
TAIPEI (Xinhua): Taiwan on Wednesday (May 12) reported 16 new local Covid-19 cases, the highest number of local infections reported in a single day on the island since the beginning of the pandemic, the local disease monitoring agency said.