After an outcry on social media, the Information Ministry will check to see whether a pro-military video by singer Yone Lay violated a ban on film shoots during COVID-19.
The large number of people working from home amid the COVID-19 pandemic is believed to have contributed to a record number of dengue cases in Singapore this year.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has ordered special resources sent to the locked down city of Kaesong, where a suspected COVID-19 case was detected, state media said.
All travelers arriving in Singapore will be electronically tagged to ensure they abide by the required 14-day quarantine to curb COVID-19.
Sagaing Region says many migrant workers are illegally returning from India to avoid quarantine centers, leading to fears of a coronavirus outbreak.
This week, a survey found 36 percent of export companies have no new orders, MIC said 10 more firms will close and trade data showed a US$200 million drop in exports to China.
Hong Kong reported 67 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, a new daily record for the region; almost all the cases were locally transmitted.
Reporting 20,000-40,000 new cases a day recently, Brazil is second to the US in terms of both COVID-19 cases and deaths, which stand at 76,688.
The Jordanian authorities are yet to grant landing permission to the Myanmar Airways International flights that are due to fly home of hundreds of migrants.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo said the coronavirus epidemic in the country was likely to peak in Aug-Sept, four months later than first thought.
Hong Kong Disneyland will close again on Wednesday as the region tries to stem a rise in coronavirus cases.
Senior Myanmar and Chinese officials and executives agreed at an online meeting to implement e-commerce systems to facilitate trade amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the resumption of output at its plant in Venezuela, Toyota was set on Monday to return to full production after COVID-19 shutdowns for the first time since February.
The current spike in COVID-19 cases in Hong Kong is worse than the initial outbreak in March, health officials said.
Foreign direct investment continues to arrive in Yangon despite the global impact of COVID-19 as the Naypyitaw authorities promise larger loans to keep employers afloat.