Prof Teo says that if reported global coronavirus cases are a fair reflection of its real spread, "many countries still have a window of opportunity to really try to prepare", by ring-fencing their vulnerable or overcrowded communities and "trying to minimise anyone who has the disease interacting with communities". … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Should the world worry about Singapore’s virus surge?
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With the slogan 'ASEAN Cohesion and Proactive Adaptation', the ASEAN Film Week 2020 will contribute to the implementation of political goals, enhance the role and position of Việt Nam as ASEAN Chair in 2020 and affirm that the country will continue its goal of maintaining and contributing to peace, stability and development in the region and the world, the ministry said. … [Read more...] about ASEAN Cinema Week to celebrate Việt Nam’s chairmanship
As government regulations and guidance related to social distancing measures have led to the closure of businesses nationwide, many landlords in Vietnam are offering a helping hand to their lessors by offering discounts to both commercial and residential tenants. … [Read more...] about Expats laud Vietnamese landlords for discounting rent to share COVID-19 burden
"Sometimes people have changed their mind and prefer to stay with their parents... or they have lost their job and the bank will not longer give them a loan," Ippoliti said. … [Read more...] about Tourist hotspot Italy turns into virus no-go zone
While "Tin giả phạt thật" discusses how irresponsible locals spread fake news and how false information can lead to unnecessary panic, Bán hàng online reflects the two sides of online shopping, including convenience and buyers’ reactions when a product lacks the quality that was advertised. … [Read more...] about Local television to revive stage dramas