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LIMA (Reuters) - One day before it holds presidential and congressional elections, Peru on Saturday marked a second daily record death rate from the coronavirus pandemic that is engulfing the country anew.
PARIS (Reuters) - France will lengthen the period between the first and second shots of mRNA anti-COVID vaccines to six weeks from four weeks as of April 14 to accelerate the inoculation campaign, Health Minister Olivier Veran told the JDD newspaper on Sunday.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Saturday (April 10)
The Philippines will end a two-month price ceiling on pork products sold in the capital region as more supplies arrive. Price caps "won’t solve the problem,” Agriculture Secretary William Dar said in a virtual briefing has announced.
India's coronavirus epicentre Maharashtra went into a state-wide weekend lockdown on Saturday as the country battled exploding infection numbers and shortages of vaccines, drugs and hospital beds.
NEW YORK: Oil prices settled lower on Friday and fell around 2% this week as production increases and renewed COVID-19 lockdowns in some countries offset optimism about a recovery in fuel demand
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The World Bank Group will have committed $2 billion in financing by the end of April for COVID-19 vaccines in some 40 developing countries, World Bank Managing Director of Operations Axel van Trotsenburg said on Friday.
PUTRAJAYA: The syndicate that hacked into the Immigration’s computer systems had the help of those who knew how to go about doing it without raising alarm by roping in those who had easy access to the data centre, revealed sources.
GENEVA (Reuters) -There is a "shocking imbalance" in the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines worldwide and most countries do not have anywhere near enough shots to cover health workers and others at high-risk, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Friday.
NEW YORK: Oil prices were little changed on Thursday as a falling dollar and rising stock markets offset earlier declines caused by a big increase in U.S. gasoline stockpiles and subdued demand compared with pre-pandemic levels.