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MISSIONS WEEK 2020 19 - 26 JULY 2020

Missions Week 2020

Covid-19 restricted international travel and disrupted many things we are used to. However, the Gospel is not restricted and missions is not on lockdown!

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Upcoming Events

These webinars are lined up for you in this month of July. See the details below!

Know God’s Heart for The Next Generation in Asia

Date and Time:23 July 2020, Thursday
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“Some 1.2 billion adolescents aged 10-19 years today make up 16 percent of the world’s population … More than half of all adolescents globally live in Asia. In absolute numbers, South Asia is home to more adolescents — nearly 350 million — than any other region. It is followed by East Asia and the …

TNG Missions Webinar

Multiplying disciples through Business as Missions

Date and Time: 25 July 2020, Saturday
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This webinar seeks to help build a business missional community, making Jesus known in the marketplace. It rediscovers the sacred missions entrusted to the businesspeople, long lost in the singular pursuit of money as the sole reason for business. God has a …

Business as Missions Webinar

Rising Above Lockdown and Beyond Thru E-Missions

Date and Time: 30 July 2020, Thursday
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Is there a role for technology in the Church today? As Covid-19 disrupted our lives and we were plunged into a new normal, we have experienced how technology complements and even enhances our initiatives towards authentic discipleship and intentional disciplemaking (ADID).

E-Missions Webinar

COVID-19 Situation Updates

Situational updates across the regions

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

1.In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore, infections in Malaysia and Indonesia are on a downward trend although case numbers are still very high with the daily average exceeding 5000 cases for the past week. In Timor Leste the cases have suddenly started to spike with  an average of 33 cases over the past week, while in the Philippines it has escalated to over 12 thousand cases with an average of almost 10 thousand cases a day for the past week.

2.In Indochina, the spread has been on a downward trend with some plateauing out in Vietnam, Nepal and Myanmar while in Thailand and Cambodia cases continue to spike. However, with the protests in Myanmar, the figures may be inaccurate.

3.In South Asia, the spread is still very high and climbing, with India seeing a daily high of more than 150 thousand cases on 10 April, and a daily average of about 125 thousand last week. India is now the third highest covid infected country in the world. In Sri Lanka, the number of cases have begun to decrease, although still being in the range of 220 cases daily for the past week.

4.In East Asia, the spread in Japan is still high with an average of close to 3000 cases daily over the past week. However, Mongolia cases have begun to climb again with an average of more than 655 cases daily for the past week. Cases remain low in Taiwan and Hong Kong, while in China the numbers are flattening out.

5.With covid vaccinations having started in many Asian countries, it is hoped that numbers will begin to be controlled.  However, reports in only some countries indicate the percentage of population that has been fully vaccinated. As some vaccinations require two doses, the number of doses administered do not indicate the number of people who have received the full vaccination. Timor Leste is expected to start vaccinations in April.

For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

1.In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore, infections in Malaysia and Indonesia are on a downward trend although case numbers are still very high. In Timor Leste the cases have come down to an average of 1 a day for the past week, while in the Philippines it is plateauing at around two thousand cases daily.

2.In Indochina, the spread has been on a downward trend in Thailand, Vietnam, Nepal and Myanmar while in Cambodia cases spiked in the last week of February. However, with the protests in Myanmar, testing has been stopped and the figures may be inaccurate.

3.In South Asia, the spread is still very high in India although moving downward in the region of 15,000 cases daily. In Sri Lanka, the number of cases have begun to decrease, although still being in the range of 400 daily.

4.In East Asia, the spread in Japan and Hong Kong is on the downward trend, with cases in Japan still high at around 1000 cases daily. However, Mongolia is plateauing at a daily average of about 40 cases. Cases remain low in Taiwan while in China the numbers are flattening out.

For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:
1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore, infections in Malaysia and Indonesia are still on the increase. In Timor Leste the cases have come down to an average of 3 a day for the past week, while in the Philippines it is plateauing at around two thousand cases daily.

2. In Indochina, the spread has been on a downward trend in Thailand, Nepal and Myanmar while slightly erratic in Vietnam and low in Cambodia. However, with the protests in Myanmar, testing has been stopped and the figures may be inaccurate.

3. In South Asia, the spread is still very high in India although moving downward below 10,000 cases daily, In Sri Lanka, there is a sudden erratic spiking on an increasing trend over the past month, inching its way upward
daily.

4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan began spiking since mid October, but has moved downward to below 1000 cases daily. There are also sudden spikes in Mongolia and Hong Kong although cases remain below 50 daily. Cases remain low in Taiwan while in China the numbers are flattening out.

For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:
1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore, infections in Malaysia and Indonesia are still on the increase. In Timor Leste the cases are suddenly spiking, while in the Philippines it is on a downward trend.

2. In Indochina, the spread has suddenly spiked in Thailand and erratic in Myanmar, Vietnam and Cambodia. However, there has been a downward trend in case numbers in Nepal.

3. In South Asia, the spread is still very high in India with case numbers around 20,000 daily, although the curve is moving downward. In Sri Lanka, there is a sudden erratic spiking on an increasing trend, inching its way towards the high hundreds daily.

4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan has suddenly begun to spike since mid October, with current daily infections exceeding 4000. There are also spiking of cases in Mongolia, Taiwan and Hong Kong since the beginning of December. However, in China the numbers a flattening out although there is an expected resurgence in the winter months in some cities.

For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore and Timor Leste, infections in Malaysia are suddenly spiking and still on the increase. In Indonesia the case numbers are high, exceeding 6,000 cases daily, while in the Philippines it is spiking periodically with case numbers around 2,000 daily.
  2. In Indochina, the spread has suddenly spiked for the past week in Thailand and erratic in Myanmar. However, there has been a downward trend in case numbers in Nepal, Vietnam and Cambodia.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still very high in India with case numbers around 20,000 daily, although the curve is moving downward. In Sri Lanka, there is a sudden erratic spiking on an increasing trend, inching its way towards the high hundreds daily.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan has suddenly begun to spike since mid October, with current daily infections reaching 3000. There are also sudden spikes in Mongolia, Taiwan and Hong Kong since the beginning of December. However, in China the numbers a flattening out although there is an expected resurgence in the winter months in some cities
For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore and Timor Leste, infections in Malaysia are suddenly spiking and still on the increase. In Indonesia the case numbers are high, exceeding 6,000   cases daily, while in the Philippines it is spiking periodically with case numbers around 2,000 daily.
  2. In Indochina, the spread seems to be flattening in Thailand and Vietnam. However, there were spikes in cases in Cambodia recently. Although on a downward trend, case numbers are high in   Nepal and on the increase in Myanmar, with cases numbering between 1500 to 2000 daily in both   countries.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still very high in India with case numbers around 50,000 daily, although the curve is moving downward. In Sri Lanka, there is a sudden erratic spiking on an increasing trend,   inching its way towards the high hundreds daily.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan is now on an upward trend since mid October, with current daily infections of more than a 1500. There are also sudden spikes in Mongolia, Taiwan and Hong Kong   this past week. However, in China the numbers a flattening out although there is an expected    resurgence in the winter months in some cities.
For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore and Timor Leste, infections in Malaysia are still on the increase. In Indonesia the case numbers are high, around 3,000 cases daily, while in the Philippines it is spiking periodically with case numbers still around 2,000 daily.
  2. In Indochina, the spread seems to be flattening in Thailand, and Cambodia. However there were spikes in cases in Vietnam recently, and case numbers are still erratic and high in Nepal and Myanmar.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still very high in India, although the curve is moving downward. In Sri Lanka, cases have begun spiking again with new cases in the hundreds.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan is now on an upward trend since mid October, with current daily infections of more than a thousand. There was also a sudden spike in Mongolia on 13 November. However, in Taiwan, Hong Kong and China the numbers a flattening out.
For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore and Timor Leste, infections in Malaysia and Indonesia are still on the increase, while in the Philippines it is spiking periodically but still high.
  2. In Indochina, the spread seems to be flattening in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia but still erratic and high in Nepal and Myanmar.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still very high in India, although the curve is moving downward. In Sri Lanka, cases have begun moving down although in the three-digit range.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan has been on the downward trend since end August although daily infections are still high. However, it seems to be flattening out in Mongolia, Taiwan, Hong   Kong and China.
For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore and Timor Leste, infections in Malaysia and Indonesia are still on the increase, while in the Philippines it is spiking periodically.
  2. In Indochina, the spread seems to be flattening in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia but still on the rise in Nepal and Myanmar.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still escalating in India, in Sri Lanka cases have begun spiking since 6 October.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan has been on the downward trend since end August although daily infections are still high. However, it seems to be flattening out in Mongolia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and China.
For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore and Timor Leste, infections in Malaysia and Indonesia are still on the increase, while in the Philippines it is spiking periodically.
  2. In Indochina, the spread seems to be flattening in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia but still on the rise in Nepal and Myanmar.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still escalating in India, and although mostly flattening out in Sri Lanka, cases have begun spiking since 6 October.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan has been on the downward trend since end August although daily infections are still high. However, it seems to be flattening out in Mongolia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and China.
For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore and Timor Leste, infections in Malaysia and Indonesia are still on the increase, while in the Philippines it is spiking periodically.
  2. In Indochina, the spread seems to be flattening in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia but still on the rise in Nepal and Myanmar.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still escalating in India, and although mostly flattening out in Sri Lanka, cases have begun spiking since 6 October.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan has been on the downward trend since end August although daily infections are still high. However, it seems to be flattening out in Mongolia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and China.
For detailed information please click here.
Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:
  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore and Timor Leste, infections in Malaysia and Indonesia are still on the increase, while in the Philippines it is spiking periodically.
  2. In Indochina, the spread seems to be flattening in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia but still on the rise in Nepal and Myanmar.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still escalating in India, and although mostly flattening out in Sri Lanka, cases have begun spiking since 6 October.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan has been on the downward trend since end August, but flattening out in Mongolia, Taiwan and China.
For detailed information please click here.
Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:
  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore, infections in Malaysia and Philippines are spiking periodically while Indonesia is still on the increase. However,   Timor Leste seems to have flattened out.
  2. In Indochina, the spread seems to be flattening in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia but still on the rise in Nepal and Myanmar.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still escalating in India, but mostly flattening out in Sri Lanka, only spiking occasionally.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan has been on the downward trend since end August, but flattening in Mongolia, Taiwan and China.
For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines are spiking periodically while Indonesia is still on the increase. However, Timor Leste seems to have flattened out.
  2. In Indochina, the spread seems to be flattening in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia but still on the rise in Nepal and Myanmar.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still escalating in India, but mostly flattening out in Sri Lanka where it is only spiking occasionally.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan has been on the downward trend since the end of August but flattening in Mongolia, Taiwan and China.

To know more about the situational updates around the region, please download this document.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

1.In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore, infections in Malaysia and Indonesia are on a downward trend although case numbers are still very high. In Timor Leste the cases have suddenly started to spike with  an average of 19 cases over the past week, while in the Philippines it has escalated to over 7 thousand cases with an average of over 6 thousand cases a day for the past week.

2.In Indochina, the spread has been on a downward trend with some plateauing out in Thailand, Vietnam, Nepal and Myanmar while in Cambodia cases continue to spike since the last week of February. However, with the protests in Myanmar, testing has been stopped and the figures may be inaccurate.

3.In South Asia, the spread is still very high and climbing to more than 40 thousand cases a day in India. In Sri Lanka, the number of cases have begun to decrease, although still being in the range of 325 daily for the past week.

4.In East Asia, the spread in Japan is still high with an average of more than 1000 cases daily over the past week. However, Mongolia cases have begun to climb again with an average of more than 150 cases daily for the past week. Cases remain low in Taiwan and Hong Kong, while in China the numbers are flattening out.

5.With covid vaccinations having started in many Asian countries, it is hoped that numbers will begin to be controlled.  However, reports in only some countries indicate the percentage of population that has been fully vaccinated. As some vaccinations require two doses, the number of doses administered do not indicate the number of people who have received the full vaccination. Timor Leste is expected to start vaccinations in April.

For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

1.In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore, infections in Malaysia and Indonesia are on a downward trend although case numbers are still very high. In Timor Leste the cases have come down to an average of 1 a day for the past week, while in the Philippines it is plateauing at around two thousand cases daily.

2.In Indochina, the spread has been on a downward trend in Thailand, Vietnam, Nepal and Myanmar while in Cambodia cases spiked in the last week of February. However, with the protests in Myanmar, testing has been stopped and the figures may be inaccurate.

3.In South Asia, the spread is still very high in India although moving downward in the region of 15,000 cases daily. In Sri Lanka, the number of cases have begun to decrease, although still being in the range of 400 daily.

4.In East Asia, the spread in Japan and Hong Kong is on the downward trend, with cases in Japan still high at around 1000 cases daily. However, Mongolia is plateauing at a daily average of about 40 cases. Cases remain low in Taiwan while in China the numbers are flattening out.

For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:
1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore, infections in Malaysia and Indonesia are still on the increase. In Timor Leste the cases have come down to an average of 3 a day for the past week, while in the Philippines it is plateauing at around two thousand cases daily.

2. In Indochina, the spread has been on a downward trend in Thailand, Nepal and Myanmar while slightly erratic in Vietnam and low in Cambodia. However, with the protests in Myanmar, testing has been stopped and the figures may be inaccurate.

3. In South Asia, the spread is still very high in India although moving downward below 10,000 cases daily, In Sri Lanka, there is a sudden erratic spiking on an increasing trend over the past month, inching its way upward
daily.

4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan began spiking since mid October, but has moved downward to below 1000 cases daily. There are also sudden spikes in Mongolia and Hong Kong although cases remain below 50 daily. Cases remain low in Taiwan while in China the numbers are flattening out.

For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:
1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore, infections in Malaysia and Indonesia are still on the increase. In Timor Leste the cases are suddenly spiking, while in the Philippines it is on a downward trend.

2. In Indochina, the spread has suddenly spiked in Thailand and erratic in Myanmar, Vietnam and Cambodia. However, there has been a downward trend in case numbers in Nepal.

3. In South Asia, the spread is still very high in India with case numbers around 20,000 daily, although the curve is moving downward. In Sri Lanka, there is a sudden erratic spiking on an increasing trend, inching its way towards the high hundreds daily.

4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan has suddenly begun to spike since mid October, with current daily infections exceeding 4000. There are also spiking of cases in Mongolia, Taiwan and Hong Kong since the beginning of December. However, in China the numbers a flattening out although there is an expected resurgence in the winter months in some cities.

For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore and Timor Leste, infections in Malaysia are suddenly spiking and still on the increase. In Indonesia the case numbers are high, exceeding 6,000 cases daily, while in the Philippines it is spiking periodically with case numbers around 2,000 daily.
  2. In Indochina, the spread has suddenly spiked for the past week in Thailand and erratic in Myanmar. However, there has been a downward trend in case numbers in Nepal, Vietnam and Cambodia.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still very high in India with case numbers around 20,000 daily, although the curve is moving downward. In Sri Lanka, there is a sudden erratic spiking on an increasing trend, inching its way towards the high hundreds daily.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan has suddenly begun to spike since mid October, with current daily infections reaching 3000. There are also sudden spikes in Mongolia, Taiwan and Hong Kong since the beginning of December. However, in China the numbers a flattening out although there is an expected resurgence in the winter months in some cities
For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore and Timor Leste, infections in Malaysia are suddenly spiking and still on the increase. In Indonesia the case numbers are high, exceeding 6,000   cases daily, while in the Philippines it is spiking periodically with case numbers around 2,000 daily.
  2. In Indochina, the spread seems to be flattening in Thailand and Vietnam. However, there were spikes in cases in Cambodia recently. Although on a downward trend, case numbers are high in   Nepal and on the increase in Myanmar, with cases numbering between 1500 to 2000 daily in both   countries.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still very high in India with case numbers around 50,000 daily, although the curve is moving downward. In Sri Lanka, there is a sudden erratic spiking on an increasing trend,   inching its way towards the high hundreds daily.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan is now on an upward trend since mid October, with current daily infections of more than a 1500. There are also sudden spikes in Mongolia, Taiwan and Hong Kong   this past week. However, in China the numbers a flattening out although there is an expected    resurgence in the winter months in some cities.
For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore and Timor Leste, infections in Malaysia are still on the increase. In Indonesia the case numbers are high, around 3,000 cases daily, while in the Philippines it is spiking periodically with case numbers still around 2,000 daily.
  2. In Indochina, the spread seems to be flattening in Thailand, and Cambodia. However there were spikes in cases in Vietnam recently, and case numbers are still erratic and high in Nepal and Myanmar.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still very high in India, although the curve is moving downward. In Sri Lanka, cases have begun spiking again with new cases in the hundreds.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan is now on an upward trend since mid October, with current daily infections of more than a thousand. There was also a sudden spike in Mongolia on 13 November. However, in Taiwan, Hong Kong and China the numbers a flattening out.
For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore and Timor Leste, infections in Malaysia and Indonesia are still on the increase, while in the Philippines it is spiking periodically but still high.
  2. In Indochina, the spread seems to be flattening in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia but still erratic and high in Nepal and Myanmar.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still very high in India, although the curve is moving downward. In Sri Lanka, cases have begun moving down although in the three-digit range.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan has been on the downward trend since end August although daily infections are still high. However, it seems to be flattening out in Mongolia, Taiwan, Hong   Kong and China.
For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore and Timor Leste, infections in Malaysia and Indonesia are still on the increase, while in the Philippines it is spiking periodically.
  2. In Indochina, the spread seems to be flattening in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia but still on the rise in Nepal and Myanmar.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still escalating in India, in Sri Lanka cases have begun spiking since 6 October.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan has been on the downward trend since end August although daily infections are still high. However, it seems to be flattening out in Mongolia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and China.
For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore and Timor Leste, infections in Malaysia and Indonesia are still on the increase, while in the Philippines it is spiking periodically.
  2. In Indochina, the spread seems to be flattening in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia but still on the rise in Nepal and Myanmar.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still escalating in India, and although mostly flattening out in Sri Lanka, cases have begun spiking since 6 October.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan has been on the downward trend since end August although daily infections are still high. However, it seems to be flattening out in Mongolia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and China.
For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore and Timor Leste, infections in Malaysia and Indonesia are still on the increase, while in the Philippines it is spiking periodically.
  2. In Indochina, the spread seems to be flattening in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia but still on the rise in Nepal and Myanmar.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still escalating in India, and although mostly flattening out in Sri Lanka, cases have begun spiking since 6 October.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan has been on the downward trend since end August although daily infections are still high. However, it seems to be flattening out in Mongolia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and China.
For detailed information please click here.
Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:
  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore and Timor Leste, infections in Malaysia and Indonesia are still on the increase, while in the Philippines it is spiking periodically.
  2. In Indochina, the spread seems to be flattening in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia but still on the rise in Nepal and Myanmar.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still escalating in India, and although mostly flattening out in Sri Lanka, cases have begun spiking since 6 October.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan has been on the downward trend since end August, but flattening out in Mongolia, Taiwan and China.
For detailed information please click here.
Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:
  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore, infections in Malaysia and Philippines are spiking periodically while Indonesia is still on the increase. However,   Timor Leste seems to have flattened out.
  2. In Indochina, the spread seems to be flattening in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia but still on the rise in Nepal and Myanmar.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still escalating in India, but mostly flattening out in Sri Lanka, only spiking occasionally.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan has been on the downward trend since end August, but flattening in Mongolia, Taiwan and China.
For detailed information please click here.

Based on the current spread of Covid 19 in the various regions, we have made the following observations:

  1. In SEA, except for the spread flattening in Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines are spiking periodically while Indonesia is still on the increase. However, Timor Leste seems to have flattened out.
  2. In Indochina, the spread seems to be flattening in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia but still on the rise in Nepal and Myanmar.
  3. In South Asia, the spread is still escalating in India, but mostly flattening out in Sri Lanka where it is only spiking occasionally.
  4. In East Asia, the spread in Japan has been on the downward trend since the end of August but flattening in Mongolia, Taiwan and China.

To know more about the situational updates around the region, please download this document.