Source: Xinhua | 2020-05-26 | Editor:Alison
Ten Chinese volunteers from the Blue Sky Rescue Team (an NGO in China) have disinfected more than 50 public places in Cambodia to aid the country's anti-virus fight. The volunteers have disinfected more than 50 public places including hospitals, schools and markets in capital Phnom Penh and provinces. They work eight to 12 hours a day during the 15-day mission and disinfect an area of 1.59 million square meters.
The Nepali government on Saturday confirmed the first death from the COVID-19.
For the first time since Singapore's independence, its National Day Parade (NDP) celebrations in August will focus on Singaporeans celebrating in their homes, i...
Stranded people board a train at a railway station to their states amid the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown in India.
India will enter the fourth phase of the nationwide lockdown imposed to contain the COVID-19 pandemic starting May 18.
Artists paint a mural of "Darna", a Filipino fictional superhero, dressed as a doctor on a building to express their gratitude to all COVID-19 frontliners in Ma...
First cold-chain train launched on China-Laos Railway