Health ministry: Fourth coronavirus wave basically under control

Health ministry: Fourth coronavirus wave basically under control

The latest coronavirus outbreak in Vietnam starts to abate after over one month.
Vietnam, Indonesia step up naval co-operation

Vietnam, Indonesia step up naval co-operation

Rear Admiral Tran Thanh Nghiem, Chief of the Vietnam People’s Navy, had an online talk with Admiral Yudo Margono, Chief of Staff of the Indonesian Navy, reported PANO.
Vietnam Covid-19 Updates (June 9): 172 new cases, 2 more death

Vietnam Covid-19 Updates (June 9): 172 new cases, 2 more death

The national tally rose to 9,222. Sixteen provinces have passed through 14 days without any new cases.
Crowded religious activities to be suspended over Covid concerns

Crowded religious activities to be suspended over Covid concerns

The proposal was made as the authorities try to avoid large gatherings following a new cluster linked to a religious mission in Ho Chi Minh City.
Vietnam News Today (June 9):Vietnam-India scientific webinar seeks solutions to deepen defence ties

Vietnam News Today (June 9):Vietnam-India scientific webinar seeks solutions to deepen defence ties

Vietnam News Today (June 9) features headlines include: Vietnam-India scientific webinar seeks solutions to deepen defence ties; Vietnamese, Chinese Foreign Ministers hold talks; Industrial developers winning big from rising rentals and 42 firms resume operations in Covid-19 epicenter.
Retailers, foreigners may get Covid vaccination priority, one vendor latest patient in Hanoi

Retailers, foreigners may get Covid vaccination priority, one vendor latest patient in Hanoi

The proposal to prioritize retailers and foreign experts is part of the latest efforts to control the spread of the novel coronavirus. Meanwhile, Monday morning saw a vegetable vendor confirmed the latest Covid-19 patient.
Vietnam Covid-19 Updates (June 8): 235 new cases, overseas Vietnamese continue to support

Vietnam Covid-19 Updates (June 8): 235 new cases, overseas Vietnamese continue to support

Since the pandemic first broke out in the country Vietnamese people from all around the world have donated cash and goods in a show of mutual support.
Vietnam News Today (June 8):Vietnam calls for serious implementation of DOC at ASEAN-China SOM

Vietnam News Today (June 8):Vietnam calls for serious implementation of DOC at ASEAN-China SOM

Vietnam News Today (June 8) features headlines include: Vietnam calls for serious implementation of DOC at ASEAN-China SOM; Vietnam, Australia legislators hold talks, look to double bilateral trade; Vietnamese lychees head for EU markets and Vietnamese firms win bids for rice exports.
Vietnam calls for efficient functioning of APEC supply chains

Vietnam calls for efficient functioning of APEC supply chains

Member economies of Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) need to continue free and open trade and investment activities while implementing initiatives to ensure the efficient and smooth operation of the regional supply chain of goods and services and facilitatethe movement of essential goods.
Showing support and compassion to Agent Orange victims

Showing support and compassion to Agent Orange victims

"My voice is a tiny one in the dark wanting to bring light to Agent Orange victims"
Vietnam Covid-19 Updates (June 7): 211 new cases, Bac Giang quarantine additional 2,800 workers

Vietnam Covid-19 Updates (June 7): 211 new cases, Bac Giang quarantine additional 2,800 workers

Almost six weeks into the new wave, Vietnam has recorded infections in 39 of its 63 cities and provinces.
Deputy PM wants speedier at-home quarantine for F1 cases

Deputy PM wants speedier at-home quarantine for F1 cases

Letting low-risk suspected Covid patients quarantine at home will help alleviate stress on frontline medical workers
Central province Ha Tinh deploys urgent measures to contain first coronavirus cluster

Central province Ha Tinh deploys urgent measures to contain first coronavirus cluster

For the first time the central province reported Covid-19 infections during the fourth wave in Vietnam
Vietnam News Today (June 7): Over US$ 56 mln donated to the Covid-19 Vaccine Fund

Vietnam News Today (June 7): Over US$ 56 mln donated to the Covid-19 Vaccine Fund

Vietnam News Today (June 7) features headlines include: Over US$ 56 mln donated to the Vaccine Fund for Covid-19 Prevention and Control; Conclusion of Deputy PM Vu Duc Dam on the purchase of AZD1222 vaccine; Hai Duong lychee exported to Thailand for first time and supermarkets report dramatic increase in online orders these days.
Protection and care for children during Covid-19 pandemic

Protection and care for children during Covid-19 pandemic

A Vietnamese minister has issued an official letter on strengthening protection and care for children during the Covid-19 pandemic
International organizations highly value Vietnam’s COVID fund

International organizations highly value Vietnam’s COVID fund

Representatives of international organizations in Vietnam praise the solidarity and responsibility of the people of Vietnam in the COVID fight with the establishment of the COVID vaccine fund.
Vietnam Covid-19 Updates (June 6): 216 new cases, two new deaths confirmed

Vietnam Covid-19 Updates (June 6): 216 new cases, two new deaths confirmed

Since April 27, when the new wave began in Vietnam, 5,460 infections have been recorded in 39 of the nation's 63 cities and provinces.
Vietnam News Today (June 6): Vietnam elected to UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee of 2005 Convention

Vietnam News Today (June 6): Vietnam elected to UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee of 2005 Convention

Vietnam News Today (June 6) features headlines include: Vietnam elected to Intergovernmental Committee of 2005 Convention of UNESCO; Russia to discuss Sputnik-V production cooperation with Vietnam; Vietnam, Russia should cooperate in IT development and textile, footwear exports see robust growth in 5 months.
NA chairman: Covid vaccine fund contributions will be made transparent

NA chairman: Covid vaccine fund contributions will be made transparent

Over a week into operation, the Covid-19 vaccine fund has received contributions of over US$ 4.44 million
Ho Chi Minh city faces medical waste overload, eyeing having residents' health status inquiried by robots

Ho Chi Minh city faces medical waste overload, eyeing having residents' health status inquiried by robots

The southern metropolis is on the verge of a medical waste crisis as the daily amount is approaching its treatment capacity. It also plans to deploy robot model to make call to residents asking for health status to ramp up the city's testing efforts.
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