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HAMBURG (Reuters) - Many Germans cooked more meals themselves during the coronavirus crisis and also used more fresh ingredients rather than processed foods, the food and agriculture ministry said on Friday.
PUTRAJAYA: Nearly one in five Malaysian adults, or 18.3%, has diabetes, says the Health Ministry.
PUTRAJAYA: Nearly half of Malaysians do not have any form of supplementary financial coverage for their healthcare needs and rely on the government, says the Health Ministry.
TOKYO: Japan's labour market in April appeared to be weathering a severe slowdown in economic activity due to the coronavirus pandemic, but a closer look at official data released on Friday revealed a less rosy picture.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - President Jair Bolsonaro slammed Brazil's Supreme Court on Thursday for investigating an alleged disinformation and intimidation campaign by his supporters, as a political crisis deepened amid the country's accelerating COVID-19 outbreak.
Book sales in France have soared since the country began to ease its lockdown, rocketing more than 230% in a week.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - This summer, dozens of incoming students at New York's Columbia Business School had planned to sail around the coast of Croatia for a week to get to know each other. Instead, they are chatting online and playing icebreaker games on Zoom.
Migrant workers important to Singapore's economy, say business groups opposing calls to limit numbers after Covid-19
SINGAPORE, May 28 (The Straits Times/ANN) - In coordinated statements on Wednesday (May 27), business groups and trade associations underlined the importance of migrant workers to Singapore's economy, in response to calls to restrict their numbers after the Covid-19 outbreak among this population.
As more governments turn to tracing apps in the fight against the coronavirus, a deep-rooted tension between the need for public health information and privacy rights has been thrust into the spotlight.