JAKARTA/SHAH ALAM, Malaysia With no sign of the global coronavirus threat easing anytime soon, protective masks are fast becoming fashion accessories for Indonesians and Malaysians keen to add some style and humour to healthwear essentials.
KUALA LUMPUR Hair salons and shopping malls reopened, traffic jams returned and interstate travel resumed in Malaysia on Wednesday in a further easing of coronavirus restrictions to revive an economy hard hit by the pandemic.
KUALA LUMPUR Malaysian doctor Muhammad Syahidd Al-Hatim was used to being away from his family on Eid al-Fitr, having spent the past two years celebrating the end of the holy Ramadan fasting month at Kuala Lumpur Hospital where he works.
SEREMBAN, Malaysia For a nine-year-old Malaysian schoolgirl, the new coronavirus was hard to fathom. But Nur Afia Qistina Zamzuri knew one thing for sure: It was dangerous.
KUALA LUMPUR, May 4 Thousands of Malaysians
joined the morning rush hour on Monday as the government eased
curbs on movement and businesses for the first time in six
weeks, looking to restart an economy racked by the coronavirus
KUALA LUMPUR For 15 years, Siti Zabedah Abdul Wahab's family food business has opened for one month a year, selling murtabak, a pan-fried bread stuffed with meat, at Malaysia's popular Ramadan bazaars.
KUALA LUMPUR, April 28 For 15 years, Siti
Zabedah Abdul Wahab's family food business has opened for one
month a year, selling murtabak, a pan-fried bread stuffed with
meat, at Malaysia's popular Ramadan bazaars.
KUALA LUMPUR From 3D-printed protective face shields to meal deliveries, Malaysian volunteer groups are stepping up to help medical workers on the front line of the campaign against the coronavirus.
JAKARTA/KUALA LUMPUR Coronavirus infections surged across Southeast Asia on Wednesday with Indonesia's death toll jumping from five to 19 and Malaysia warning of "a tsunami" of cases if people did not follow new restrictions on movement.