Bare-faced robbery: Thieves steal 6,000 surgical masks in JapanRead more: TODAY
Coronavirus: Thieves steal 6,000 surgical masks in Japan amid shortageTOKYO (AFP) - Thieves in Japan have made off with some 6,000 surgical masks from a hospital, with the country facing a mass shortage and a huge price hike online due to the coronavirus.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Coronavirus: 40 Americans on cruise ship in Japan infected, will not be evacuatedWASHINGTON (AFP) - A senior US health official said Sunday (Feb 16) that more than 40 Americans on a quarantined cruise ship in Japan have been infected with the deadly coronavirus and would not be a part of an evacuation effort.. Read more at straitstimes.com. All countries should pay Japan or whichever countries that need to handle the citizens...this is not one or two patients, please be responsible country and don’t burden others. nard_info It’s actually more today. It must be awful.
Coronavirus: Japan grapples with spread on land and at seaTOKYO Japan is bracing for the coronavirus outbreak to worsen, as Health Minister Katsunobu Kato on Sunday (Feb16) pointed to several untraceable cases and an emergency government meeting of experts noted that the onset is likely only 'at an early stage'.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Football: Fresh-faced Julian Nagelsmann out to show Jose Mourinho's experience counts for littleLONDON (AFP) - A Champions League last 16 tie with Leipzig offers Tottenham a window into what might have been when Julian Nagelsmann brings the buccaneering Germans to London on Wednesday (Feb 19) looking to inflict another early exit from the competition on Jose Mourinho.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
British PM Boris Johnson faces scrutiny for flooding response after Storm DennisLONDON (NYTIMES) - Prime Minister Boris Johnson's response to a storm that battered Britain over the weekend, causing severe flooding in hundreds of towns and villages, prompted a backlash from critics inside and outside his party on Monday (Feb 17).. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Cambodia’s coronavirus complacency may exact a global tollSIHANOUKVILLE (Cambodia) — When Cambodia’s prime minister greeted passengers on a cruise ship amid a coronavirus scare on Valentine’s Day, embraces were the order of the day. Protective masks were not.