COVID-19 restrictions make bidding impossible for 30 solar power plants across Myanmar, according to interested firms.
Further studies and tests are needed before Fujifilm’s drug Avigan can be approved as a treatment for COVID-19, Japan’s health minister said.
As Japan lifted a nationwide state of emergency, the WHO praised the country’s success in reducing the spread of infections and limiting deaths from COVID-19.
Yangon's controversial regional budget is due to be discussed next week after parliamentarians are tested for COVID-19.
The artistic and mental health communities have come together to launch an online film festival to highlight the impact of isolation on people amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Police in Hong Kong fired tear gas to disperse hundreds of protesters as unrest returned to the city in response to China’s plans to impose a new security law.
China said the US is spreading a ‘political virus’ and trying to trigger a ‘new Cold War’ at a time when the two countries should be working together to fight COVID-19.
Hospitals in India’s large cities are being overwhelmed as the country makes slow progress in flattening its curve of coronavirus infections.
Tests at the Myawaddy-Mae Sot border gate are intended to prevent the spread of imported coronavirus cases in the country.
A Tatmadaw delegation offered supplies and promises of help at a meeting with the KIA’s COVID-19 response team, but no actual plans were discussed, the armed group said.
A US$50 million loan from the World Bank will be used to improve the country’s health care systems and support the fight against COVID-19.
Malaysian health authorities confirmed 35 new COVID-19 cases at a detention center for illegal aliens, prompting criticism of its immigration crackdown amid the pandemic.
The Chinese government has decided not to set an annual GDP growth target for this year, citing the economic uncertainty amid COVID-19.
It’s the second time Wa State has invited Myanmar’s military chief to visit the area controlled by the best-equipped ethnic rebels in Myanmar.
Hotel bosses in Naypyitaw say they can no longer afford to pay full wages as income crashes amid coronavirus closures.