‘Call me Boris’: Nurse’s father glad UK leader got good care

The father of a Portuguese nurse who helped care for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson while he was in intensive care with COVID-19 says his son "got a bit of

Asia Today: China didn’t warn public of likely pandemic for six key days

Beijing — In the six days after top Chinese officials secretly determined they likely were facing a pandemic from a new coronavirus, the city of Wuhan at the epicenter of

Retailers to end discounts before e-voucher credit released

Apparel and sportswear across the city have been discounted for long stretches since the Chinese New Year. Up to now, several shops along Leal Senado up to Rua do Campo

E-voucher pick-up date extended until July 17

The local government has decided to extend the pick-up date for the e-vouchers until July 17, according to a statement released yesterday by the Macao Economic Bureau (DSE). Originally, the collection

Letter to the Editor | Expired BIR: ‘We were not entitled to the various government subsidies granted’

Dear Editor, We are Macau non-permanent residents who submitted our application for extension in mid 2018, but have been unable to have our Macau ID cards renewed as of today. It usually

Three new entry requirements adopted to protect flight crews

As of yesterday, people attempting to fly to Macau must meet three new criteria in order to board their flight, Dr Leong Iek Hou, coordinator at the local Center for

City scores record low tourist arrivals during Easter break

Tourist arrivals during the Easter break hit a record low after the city only recorded 810 arrivals over the weekend, plunging 99.8% compared to the same holiday period in 2019. Last

Guangzhou China vows equal treatment for Africans after reports show 111 tested positive

China pledged to ease health measures on Africans in the southern city of Guangzhou, as the country sought to resolve a dispute that could set back Beijing’s diplomatic outreach during

Three more Covid-19 patients recover in Macau

Two more patients have been discharged from the Conde São Januário Hospital (CHCSJ), Lo Iek Long, medical director of the hospital announced at yesterday’s daily press conference, while a third

HIS not budging on universal suffrage, says New Macau

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng is not budging on the issue of universal suffrage, according to lawmaker Sulu Sou, who met with Ho yesterday at the government headquarters. Yesterday, a group

More recycling stations available across the city

The Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA) is setting up three more recycling stations in the city, hoping to encourage more recycling across the city. According to a statement released by the DSPA,

Ng Kuok Cheong urges limiting apartment purchase to locals

  In his latest written interpellation, lawmaker Ng Kuok Cheong has urged the government to set rules to restrict the purchase of apartments built on Reclamation Area A to Macau residents.

China wet markets panned

  Australia’s prime minister has described as “unfathomable” the World Health Organization’s support for the reopening of markets where live animals are butchered in Wuhan, the Chinese city at the center

Libertarians debate: How to respond to coronavirus pandemic?

Steve Baker, one of the British parliament’s leading libertarians, was nearly in tears as he addressed the House of Commons in support of a bill that once seemed unthinkable: a

Cuomo says Trump is not a king, can’t force states to reopen

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo took to morning TV shows yesterday to push back against President Donald Trump’s claim of “total” authority to reopen the nation’s virus-stalled economy, noting that

China moves to block new virus flare-up on Russian border

China is facing a new coronavirus flare-up along its remote northern border with Russia, far from the epicenter of Wuhan, where it has all but declared victory in the battle

This Day in History | 1986 US launches air strikes on Libya

At least 100 people have died after USA planes bombed targets in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, and the Benghazi region. Around 66 American jets, some of them flying from British bases

Analysis | IMF: Global economy will suffer worst year since Depression

Beaten down by the coronavirus outbreak, the world economy in 2020 will suffer its worst year since the Great Depression of the 1930s, the International Monetary Fund says in its

Technology | YouTubers are the teachers now

Typically, this time of year is slow for the “Amoeba Sisters.” The YouTube channel makes animated, intricate videos about biology for over half a million subscribers, and its audience usually

Pharmaceuticals | Sanofi, Glaxo join forces to develop coronavirus vaccine

  Two of the world’s biggest vaccine makers are joining forces to tackle the coronavirus as the number of confirmed infections approaches 2 million worldwide. Sanofi will combine its experimental coronavirus vaccine

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