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The Vietnamese capital Hanoi on Saturday started applying the country's strictest social distancing measures.
President Jokowi validated hedonistic sensibility on social media when he attended the wedding of social media celebrity Atta Halilintar.
Celebrity Raffi Ahmad, who was one of the first to receive COVID-19 vaccine shots in Indonesia, has been reported to the Metro Jaya Police.
Romanian authorities have banned public gatherings but said they would allow up to 3,000 people with face masks to attend the Epiphany service.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan again extended the transitional Large-Scale Social Distancing (PSBB) measures until January 3, 2021.
South Korea's total Covid-19 infections rise to 28,998, with 494 deaths.
Austria has united two aspects of the coronavirus pandemic in a stamp printed on toilet paper that people can also use for social distancing.
Other than person-to-person transmission, a new study reveals that the coronavirus causing COVID-19 can be transmitted through contaminated surfaces.
The Hajj rituals begin on Wednesday. The number of this year's pilgrims has been greatly reduced to ensure social distancing amid the pandemic.
An outbreak of coronavirus in a Czech music club has grown to 98 positive cases, including footballers from several Prague clubs.
Facebook Inc said on Thursday it was rolling out a feature that would allow users to broadcast live a video call with up to 50 people.
Australia has been largely successful in containing the spread of the novel coronavirus, which it attributes to curbs on international travel.
Before recent protests, scientists expected a coronavirus second wave only after the summer. But mass gatherings might impact this positive trend.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe lifted a state of emergency for Tokyo and four remaining areas on Monday after the number of infections fell.
The government wants to end the social restrictions protocol so the economy can start moving again. Data is still a problem.
Jakarta's Bureau of Mental and Spiritual Education appeals to residents to refrain from going to mosques for mass Tarawih prayers during PSBB
The increase in Rupiah exchange rate was attributed to news concerning more relaxed social distancing rules in the US and some European countries.
BCA will suspend its weekend banking services until May 10 with regards to the government's large-scale social-distancing policy (PSBB).
Australian public life could be constrained for another year because of the coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Scott Morrison warns on Friday.
Minister of Health Terawan Agus Putranto has officially enforced the large scale social distancing measure in West Java