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Postcard from Zaharah: A taste of Freedom Day | New Straits Times

IT was such a wonderful coincidence that Hari Raya Aidiladha recently fell on a day after what British Prime Minister Boris Johnson declared as Freedom Day for all of us.

24/7/2021 7:29:00 PM

NSTopinion It was such a wonderful coincidence that Hari Raya Aidiladha recently fell on a day after what British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson , declared as FreedomDay for all of us.

IT was such a wonderful coincidence that Hari Raya Aidiladha recently fell on a day after what British Prime Minister Boris Johnson declared as Freedom Day for all of us.

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Genting, Tioman and Melaka shortlisted for proposed travel bubbles, says Nancy Shukri

KUALA LUMPUR: Following the success of the Langkawi travel bubble, domestic tourism will soon be allowed again, tentatively on Oct 1, at three destinations – Melaka, Pulau Tioman and Genting Highlands, says Tourism and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri.

Target: 40,000 jabs per dayKOTA KINABALU: Sabah is on track to reach 40,000 Covid-19 vaccine jabs per day by this week, as more vaccines come in and capacities are increased in vaccine administration centres (PPV).

Shops go quiet on day one of stricter rulesThe usual din was missing at wet markets, hawker centres and coffee shops in Singapore as tighter Covid-19 safety rules kicked in.

Penang surpasses target of 30,000 Covid-19 vaccine doses per day | New Straits TimesGEORGE TOWN: Penang has achieved its target of administering 30,000 Covid-19 vaccine doses per day as it aims to ease into Phase Three of the National Recovery Plan (NRP) by next month.

With 50,000 cases a day, UK opens up while Indonesia suffersIndonesia recent streak of 50,000 infections a day is being accompanied by what are now tragically familiar stories. Across the world in the UK, however, 50,000 cases has an entirely different impact. Let’s compare vaccination rate btw.

After a day on target, Malaysia’s Covid-19 vaccinations dip to 462,242 | Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR, July 24 — Malaysia administered 462,242 Covid-19 vaccines yesterday, close to but under the country’s target of half a million vaccinations daily. However, the number meant that the country has remained above the 400,00-dose mark nearly every day since July 12. On Twitter, Health ...

7-day remand for Rela member over murder | The Malaysian InsightCops investigating death of neighbourhood watch committee deputy chairman.