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Sat, Jan 25, 2020 - 5:50 AMSingapore/BeijingSERVICE sector activity in Asia, especially tourism-related fields, would be the most vulnerable should the Wuhan virus outbreak escalate sharply.This could leave economies such as Singapore, Thailand and Hong Kong exposed, Fitch Ratings said in a report on...
No train service on parts of North-South, East-West, Circle lines after power fault
There was a partial blackout at Boon Lay station while passengers at Choa Chu Kang station were detrained and walked on the tracks that run above the street.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Vast Wuhan virus quarantine in China as cases emerge in Europe, South AsiaA massive quarantine effort covering 13 cities was in effect in China on Saturday (Jan 25) aimed at containing a deadly virus, as the death toll ... Dear Chinese people , the carrier n creator of all kinds of viruses and diseases, just stay in ur own country and stop travelling around like parasites . Thank you
In photos: Asia ramps up defence against Wuhan virus SINGAPORE : With more than 800 cases and 26 deaths reported in and around China as of Friday (Jan 24), Asia continues to ramp up its defence ...
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Asia stocks on guard as caution on China virus continuesTOKYO (REUTERS, BLOOMBERG) - Stocks made a barely positive start in early Asian trade on Friday (Jan 24) after the world's health body called it a little too early to declare a coronavirus outbreak a global emergency.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
China’s Hebei province confirms first death outside epicentre of virus outbreakChina’s Hebei provincial health authority said a patient infected with the new coronavirus has died, marking the first confirmed death outside Hubei province where the outbreak began. The Health Commission of Hebei Province said in a statement dated Thursday that the patient, 80, died on Wednesday but
Singapore better prepared to handle Wuhan virus outbreak, no need to panic: PM Lee Hsien LoongDAVOS - As Singapore sees its first confirmed case of the Wuhan virus, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's assessment is that the country is much better prepared than it was during the Sars outbreak of 2003.. Read more at straitstimes.com. _nasirrrrr HAHAHA