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PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia has 4, 611 new Covid-19 cases on Monday (June 21), says the Health Ministry.
Guangzhou’s fight against Delta variant sounds alarm for other cities in preventing variant strains, say experts
Guangzhou in South China's Guangdong Province has basically brought the latest outbreak under control as it recorded less than five new Covid-19 cases daily for five consecutive days since Sunday, with zero cases reported on Tuesday. Experts said that Guangzhou's fight against the Delta variant should sound the alarm for other cities in China in preventing variant strains.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia recorded another 5,738 Covid-19 cases on Thursday (June 17), says the Health Ministry. The new cases bring the country’s Covid-19 tally to 678,764 cases since the pandemic began.
KOTA KINABALU: Covid-19 daily new cases continue to rise in Sabah on Friday (June 11) as more test results are out while health authorities step up targeted screening, says state Local Government and Housing Minister Datuk Seri Masidi Manjun.
SYDNEY (Reuters) -Two Australian states are on COVID-19 alert after an infected woman and her husband traveled from Victoria, the epicentre of country's latest outbreak, through the states of New South Wales and into Queensland, visiting dozens of sites enroute.
VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/ANN): Lao people are hoping that the government will be able to control the spread of Covid-19 after only one new case of the virus was reported on Monday (May 31).
TOKYO (Reuters) - When Hiroki Saito took over the intensive-care ward on Tuesday morning, room No. 8 at the end of its cordoned-off section had been cleaned, locked up, and a ventilator beaming red light set in motion to disinfect the air.
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SYDNEY: Australia’s central bank will likely lag its peers in tightening monetary policy even though the country has been among the most successful in handling the pandemic and has emerged from its Covid-related economic slump with strong growth momentum.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Next month's Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona is shaping up as an early test of how quickly the global business events industry will bounce back from the pandemic, with a range of hi-tech solutions being rolled out to try to keep visitors safe.