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Phnom Penh, Takhmao placed under two-week lockdown

Cambodia's capital Phnom Penh and neighbouring Takhmao will be placed under lockdown from two weeks from today to help curb the spread of Covid 19.
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Phnom Penh covid curfew could be extended

Cambodia’s capital city could see a quieter than normal New Year festival if the number of covid cases continues to rise, according to government officials. 

Philippines capital locks down ahead of Easter weekend

More than 25 million people in Manila have been ordered into a strict lockdown after the Philippines reported 9,838 new covid-19 cases on Saturday, the highest single-day increase.

Isle of Man goes into 21-day lockdown

A 21-day lockdown has been announced in Isle of Man to limit the spread of Covid-19, according to the IOM chief minister Howard Quayle. 

Sihanoukville urges against travel as Covid cases rise

Authorities in Sihanoukville have warned visitors not to come to the city and urged its residents to stay in place to curb the spread of a new outbreak of Covid-19.

Sihanoukville’s Jin Bei closed after Covid case

All three segments of the Jin Bei Hotel as well as the Horng Gon Chea Yi Hotel in Sihanoukville have been closed down after two Chinese women were diagnosed with Covid-19.

Crown Perth suspends gaming until February 5 over Covid lockdown

Crown Perth has been obliged to suspend its gaming and F&B operations until February 5 under guidance from the government of Western Australia. This action is in response to a new wave of Covid-19 infection in the Perth metropolitan area.

Hong Kong steps up Covid-19 measures with Kowloon lockdown

Hong Kong is taking its most drastic measures to date to curb the spread of Covid-19, locking down about 150 buildings in central Kowloon, affecting about 4,000 to 5,000 residents.
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Auckland back in lockdown after new cases

Auckland has been put back into stage three lockdown, while the rest of the country moves back to stage two, after new Covid-19 cases were discovered in a local household with no obvious cause of transmission.

Renewed Victoria lockdown hits Crown Melbourne reopening plans

Crown Melbourne, the largest casino in Australia, will not be benefitting from the wave of reopenings after Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews announced that the...
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