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EUROPEAN airlines are pinning hopes on pre-flight Covid-19 tests that deliver results as fast as pregnancy tests to help restore passengers’ confidence in taking to the skies in confined spaces with shared air.
LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal has extended measures to curb the coronavirus pandemic until at least mid-October, the government announced on Thursday, at a time an increase in the number of daily cases in the country continues to worry authorities at home and abroad.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Football fans began to arrive on Thursday in the Hungarian capital for Europe's first major match open to fans since the COVID-19 pandemic began, just as much of the continent tightens its social restrictions for a second wave of the virus.
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BANGKOK (Xinhua): Thailand's Immigration Bureau on Wednesday (Sept 23) issued a grave warning that foreign tourists who over-stayed and have not renewed their visas will face hefty fines and imprisonment.
BRUSSELS, Sept. 23 (Xinhua) -- Tourism industry in Europe and the world has suffered drastic losses this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, and all relevant parties need to learn to coexist with coronavirus and take coordinated measures to minimize the damage, it was concluded from a video meeting organized by the Committee on Transport and Tourism of the European Parliament.
BEIJING, Sept. 23 (Xinhua) -- China's Ministry of Culture and Tourism on Wednesday issued a notice on COVID-19 prevention, calling on tourists to protect themselves during the upcoming National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival holiday.
REMINISCING the days his father would haul his pots of ‘sup kambing’ (mutton soup) on a ‘kandar’ (shoulder pole) to Padang Brown, Penang, before the food court was built, Mohd Mohideen Mohd Sheriff, 63, said their stall has come a long way.
SEX workers in the country have launched a petition calling for prostitution to be decriminalised and urging authorities to remove all penalties for selling sex.
The country’s famous resort island of Phuket pleaded state and private sectors to help support its tourism industry as the Covid-19 pandemic had cost the island 400 billion baht (RM52.7mil) in losses since the ban on entry of foreigners was launched in late March.