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WINNIPEG, Manitoba/TORONTO (Reuters) - From hockey sticks in Canada to downhill skis in Colorado, health officials are searching for relatable ways to urge people to keep a safe distance, in a global effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
SEEING the (partial) lockdown taking place across Malaysia – and throughout various countries around the world – makes me want to pull my hair out. Not just because it’s disruptive, but because the signs that an outbreak like Covid-19 would happen have been so clear.
Trump’s ‘China virus’ label spurs researchers to intensify investigations and some probes are pointing in the direction of the US.
HEAR ye, Hear ye! Here’s a language alert! Look what Queen Corona dragged in along with her long, trailing train — a vocabulary bundle of now “trending words”. Trending, because these words have a great and unavoidable worldwide presence — on social media, in news casting, and in newspapers.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry has denied it is in the midst of collecting personal information of arts enthusiasts or industry players, as claimed in a message that has gone viral on WhatsApp.
GEORGE TOWN (Bernama): Operations at Kompleks Sri Aman in Paya Terubong, near here, have been shut down effective Saturday (March 28) after visitors to the public market there failed to comply with social distancing requirements under the movement control order (MCO).
PETALING JAYA: Allegations that the Inspector-General of Police has ordered that residents in Selayang Indah be locked down from 6pm onwards is not true, say the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC).
USUALLY, I love grocery shopping. I find the process luxurious and therapeutic, and I get a little high at the end.
"Makcik Kiah" was used in the prime minister's speech to represent the everyday Malaysian working hard to make ends meet during the MCO.
GENEVA(AFP): The serious lack of protective gear for health workers is proving a dire threat to attempts to beat back the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Health Organisation (WHO) warned Friday (March 27).