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Scoot just updated its policy to provide 100% full refunds instead of vouchers on some cancelled flights

Affected customers can now choose between a 100% refund via the original payment mode, or a 120% refund in Scoot vouchers.

Singapore is recording particulars of people who breach social distance rules – and repeat offenders may be fined and charged in court

Singapore can only go back to normal if people take the measures seriously, PM Lee said.

Malaysian netizens are calling for movement restrictions to be extended beyond Apr 14 – and experts agree

Would you be willing to stay home for an even longer time to stamp out Covid-19?
A person walks by the entrance of the New York State Department of Labor offices in Brooklyn, which is closed to the public due to the coronavirus pandemic.

How to file for unemployment benefits if you lose your job during the coronavirus pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in mass layoffs and a historic spike in people applying for unemployment benefits across the US.
The aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71), front, the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Russell (DDG 59), left, and the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Bunker Hill (CG 52), transit in formation.

A USS Theodore Roosevelt sailor with coronavirus was taken to the ICU as the number of cases on the aircraft carrier rises

The sailor, who tested positive for the coronavirus almost two weeks ago, was reportedly found unresponsive in isolation.

Everything we know about the coronavirus stimulus checks that will pay many Americans up to $1,200 each

The answers to all your questions about the coronavirus stimulus check: Who gets it? How much will I get? Is it taxable? What do I have to do?

The UK coronavirus lockdown is set to be extended until May with new restrictions considered on driving and exercise

Police could enforce tough new restrictions on driving and exercise, with the UK's coronavirus lockdown extended another month.

US weekly jobless claims hit 6.6 million, extending a record streak as coronavirus layoffs continue

"It really is completely unprecedented," Julia Pollak, labor economist at ZipRecruiter, told Business Insider.

Bill Gates thinks schools will be able to re-open by fall, but ‘low-income students will be hurt the most by these school closures’

Bill Gates highlighted the inequalities surfaced by online learning, and expects low attendance as students finish this school year at home.
NYC grocery shoppers were panic buying a few weeks ago. Now, stores are seeing a lull.

Grocery stores in the richest and poorest parts of NYC are struggling, but for very different reasons. It’s yet another sign of how differently ...

Grocery stores on the ritzy Upper East Side are seeing a slowdown after the wealthy New Yorkers who shop there fled to the Hamptons.