A rumor claims the novel coronavirus, the pathogen that causes COVID-19, can remain in the body of an infected person for years and requires lifelong medication
The number of COVID-19 victims tested positive for the virus has increased to 114.
Rice, salt and other nonperishable items to face masks and sanitisers for public and health officials, Cambodia is adequately prepared to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Confirmed coronavirus infections around the world approached one million Thursday.
Studies have proven pregnant women are more susceptible to colds, the flu, food poisoning and urinary infections.
Australian police and military will soon begin helicoptering doctors to several cruise ships stranded near Sydney to assess nearly 9,000 crew for COVID-19, officials said Thursday.
This isn’t about stockpiling: it’s about being clever and thinking rationally about what you may need in your fridge or cupboard.
Equity markets are mixed in Asia but the deadly COVID-19 is keeping traders on edge.
Australian rugby league may be shut down due to COVID-19 but that didn’t spare the scandal-plagued sport more bad news as two Canterbury Bulldogs players were sacked over an escapade with “young females”.
Vietnamese Prime Minister signs a decree to declare COVID-19 a nationwide epidemic.
Australia’s News Corp to stop printing around 60 regional newspapers amid covid-19.
Epidemiologists aim to prevent and control epidemics of diseases, and Epidemiology is the basic science of public health.
Anti-virus measures implemented by South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s administration have had a positive impact on his approval rating.
If Trump’s altered tone can lead other US officials to reduce their verbal attacks on China, it’s believed Chinese officials would respond positively.
And in the case of COVID-19, medical personnel are being faced with the moral dilemma of deciding which person lives and which person dies.
USA Rugby, its financial troubles exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic, has filed for bankruptcy, the federation said on Monday.
To reduce the risk of an even greater toll – shortage of food for millions, even in affluent countries – the world must take immediate actions.
Since March 22, foreign nationals have not been allowed to enter Vietnam through the border gates at Vietnam and Cambodia.
PM Hun Sen has ordered the purchase of 5.2 million face masks to distribute to Cambodian people and doctors nationwide.
Laos to close all international checkpoints for passengers exiting and coming in.
Singapore donated 40,000 testing kits to the Philippines on Sunday when the Chinese embassy in Manila insisted that its donation of 100,000 kits were effective against the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
What we should consider more important: protecting the health of every single individual, or protecting the economy from a devastating crisis.
Gov’t accepts IMF’s description of the dire consequences of COVID-19 on the economy.
South Korea reported 78 more cases of COVID-19 compared to 24 hours ago as of midnight Monday local time, raising the total number of infections to 9,661.
As China and the US move toward strategic competition, the established world order has suffered an unprecedented blow.
Asian markets fell following a steep drop on Wall Street.
Japan has announced yesterday, issuance of Visa to Japan has been banned for 11 more countries, in addition to the 40 banned earlier
No need to panic over potential food shortages amid COVID-19: Agriculture Minister.
Trains packed with thousands of passengers arrive Wuhan as the city partly reopened.
Police move to protect supermarkets in Sicily after reports of looting by locals.