The number of Covid-19 cases crossed 12.93 million across Southeast Asia, with 32,368 new cases reported on October 22.
The number of Covid-19 cases crossed 12.93 million across Southeast Asia, with 32,368 new cases reported on Friday (October 22), higher than Thursday’s tally at 29,883.
Malaysia’s Tourism Ministry aims to reopen the country to international tourists in November, and travelers from neighboring Singapore could be among the first to be allowed into the country.Before the Covid-19 pandemic, more than 300,000 people crossed the Malaysia-Singapore land border each day, while the air route between Singapore and Malaysia's capital city Kuala Lumpur was one of the busiest globally.
Meanwhile, US major drugmaker Merck and Co is considering the possibility of letting Philippine manufacturers produce the oral anti-Covid--19 drug Molnupiravir to make it readily available in the country.It is estimated that Molnupiravir will be available in the Philippines by next month, although this would still be dependent on the decision of Indian authorities in allowing exports of the antiviral medicine.
The price of the drug in the Philippines will not be as high as US$700 per course, which is the price that US government paid Merck. - The Nation Thailand/ANN Read more: The Star »
Sulaiman reports for duty as Melaka's 13th Chief Minister
MELAKA: Datuk Seri Sulaiman Md Ali has begun his official duties as the 13th Chief Minister of Melaka at his office at Kompleks Seri Negeri, Ayer Keroh here.
Covid-19 (Oct 22): 6,630 new casesCOVID-19 | Hospital admission declining but Sarawak is bucking the trend. Hope u guys give rest, to the front liner guys.
Covid-19: 98.5% of new cases on Friday (Oct 22) are mild, asymptomatic, says Health DGPETALING JAYA: Covid-19 cases continue to increase from Thursday (Oct 21), with 6,630 new cases reported on Friday (Oct 22).
Covid-19 deaths (Oct 22): 96 reported fatalities, total at 28,234Sarawak records the highest number of deaths, at 21.
78 new Covid-19 deaths, all backlog cases | The Malaysian InsightOf the total, 17 were classified dead on arrival, data show.
Covid-19: 6,630 new cases bring total to 2,420,222PETALING JAYA: The Health Ministry reported 6,630 new Covid-19 cases on Friday (Oct 22).
KJ: Uptick in Covid-19 cases expected soonPETALING JAYA: The downward trend of new daily Covid-19 cases - which has been between 6,000 and 7,000 over the past week - is expected to increase soon, in part due to interstate travel. pkp 5.0? Unsurprising Why is it not surprising ? Because they want to mandate the booster shot...duh..