The global coronavirus pandemic has affected more than five million people, with over 334,000 deaths. Here are coronavirus-related updates for May 22:
It was the first criminal case where a death sentence was pronounced by remote hearing in Singapore.
With the zoo closed to the public as the country battles a worsening virus outbreak, the African penguins had little in the way of stimulation without passers-by stopping to admire them.
Workplaces will have put in place prescribed measures to minimise the risk of infection before they can reopen, and those who are able to work from home will have to continue to do so
The COVIDSafe app uses a phone's Bluetooth wireless signal to store information about people's interactions, and can be accessed by health officials if a person contracts coronavirus.
The coronavirus disease has infected at least 2.3 million people and killed more than 150,000 globally. Here are the updates for April 18:
Mandatory lockdowns to stop the spread of the new virus, which has so far infected more than 2.2 million people and for which there is no vaccine, have brought widespread hardship.
The official global death toll has crossed 148,000, a number considered to be on the conservative side for myriad reasons ranging from a shortage of tests to only hospital deaths being counted.
The worldwide death toll from the coronavirus surged past 100,000, while confirmed infections reached over 1.7 million. Here are the latest updates for April 11:
Sport can play a large role in the recovery after the coronavirus pandemic, and has proven its worth in the past.
Currently, there are no approved medicines or preventive vaccines targeting the novel coronavirus, with most patients receiving only supportive care, such as help with their breathing.
With travel restrictions and border shutdowns in place, travellers stuck at airports and border crossings are struggling to get home.
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