News & Reviews: pandemic
Last Updated: Mar 26, 2020
In the UK, Covid-19 cases have been increasing. Today, the number of Covid-19 deaths in the UK has hit 463 and the cases have also risen to 9,529, making the country face a significant shortage of ventilators to support these patients. Not just in the UK, other corners of the world are facing the same challenge as well during this pandemic. Luckily, we have companies like Dyson joining the fight by manufacturing 15,000 ventilators after receiving a call 10 days ago from UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Last Updated: Mar 25, 2020
Today, the Malaysian government has announced the movement control order will be extended until 14 April 2020. It is not surprising at all as cases in our country have been increasing these few days. Therefore, it is better to stay home for a few more weeks to halt the spread. However, this may not be good news for some of the non-essential businesses especially micro-SMEs. Luckily, Axiata is here to save the day with its subsidiaries Celcom and Boost, as they’re contributing a RM150 million cash fund to support small businesses that are facing difficulties.
Last Updated: Mar 18, 2020
How are y’all doing on the first day of movement control order? Earlier, Astro has announced all Astro customers will be getting complimentary access to all movie channels on the platform from 18 to 31 March 2020. Today, the broadcasting company has brought another piece of good news which is Astro Sports Pack customers will get to watch all Astro channels for free until 30 April 2020!
Last Updated: Mar 17, 2020
Yesterday, our government announced that the whole country will be under restricted movement order, from 18 March to 31 March 2020. To stay safe in this pandemic, it’s better for us to stay home in order to stop spreading the virus. However, being home 24/7 might bore you and you find yourself looking for something to fill in that time space soon. To help you with that, we have collected and arranged 8 mobile games that can keep you entertained during the period of the restricted movement order!