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Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Monday(March 8)
Singapore: Over 150,000 staff in educational institutions to be offered Covid-19 vaccine from March 10; 13 new imported cases
More than 150,000 teachers and other staff in educational institutions will be offered the Covid-19 vaccine from Wednesday (March 10), said the Ministry of Education on Monday.
Border trade between Malaysia and Thailand fell 9.1 per cent to 249 billion baht (100 Thai baht = RM13.36) last year as border closure to curb the spread of COVID-19 led to trade disruption.
Vietnam imported over 1 million tons of plastic worth nearly US$1.6 billion in the first two months of this year, posting a year-on-year rise of 2.3 per cent in volume and 21.5 per cent in value, according to its Ministry of Industry and Trade on Monday.
KOTA KINABALU: The enhanced movement control order in Kg Tanah Merah in Kota Marudu district has been extended for another two weeks until March 22.
Thailand will from next month reduce its mandatory quarantine from 14 to seven days for foreigners arriving in the country who have been vaccinated against the coronavirus, its Health Minister said on Monday.
South Korea said on Monday it had found no link between the coronavirus vaccine and several recent deaths, as it ordered nearly 100,000 foreign workers to be tested after clusters emerged in dormitories.
Bilateral trade between Cambodia and the US amounted to US$614.5 million in the first month of this year, up 4.89 per cent over the US$585.8 million posted in January 2020, data from the US Census Bureau show.
SINGAPORE (Bernama): Covid-19 vaccinations will be offered later this month to selected drivers and accompanying personnel who enter Singapore from Malaysia on a regular basis to deliver essential goods, says the Singapore Ministry of Health (MOH).
GEORGE TOWN: DAP will only cooperate with Umno on issues that benefit the public but will not form a partnership for the next general election, says Lim Guan Eng.