COVID-19 Updates (September 26): The last severe case in the North healed

COVID-19 Updates (September 26): The last severe case in the North healed

In the afternoon of September 25, the Central Hospital for Tropical Diseases announced that five Covid-19 cases have been cured, including the last serious patient in the North.
COVID 19 World Updates (July 13): Over 13 million infected, US still leads in number of cases

COVID 19 World Updates (July 13): Over 13 million infected, US still leads in number of cases

On July 12, the World Health Organization (WHO) recorded the number of new-borne coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) infections causing Covid-19 acute respiratory infections during the day at a record high, with A total of 230,370 cases within 24 hours.
Vietnam's two largest cities extend social distancing order until April 22

Vietnam's two largest cities extend social distancing order until April 22

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has decided to extend social distancing order on some localities in Vietnam including two biggest cities Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City at least until April 22, VTV reported. 
Nearly 300 retired doctors in Hanoi desire to join hands in Covid-19 battle

Nearly 300 retired doctors in Hanoi desire to join hands in Covid-19 battle

Hanoi has recognized the willingness of 280 retired doctors and nurses in the area as well as 700 medical students working voluntarily to prevent and combat the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Vietnam News Today (Jan. 29): Intertwined Opportunities, Challenges for Vietnam’s Economy in 2023 National

Vietnam News Today (Jan. 29): Intertwined Opportunities, Challenges for Vietnam’s Economy in 2023

Vietnam News Today (Jan. 29): Quang Ninh: Cross-border trading with China resumed after Tet; Hanoi in the world's top three culinary destinations: Tripadvisor; Intertwined opportunities, challenges for Vietnam’s economy in 2023; Supermarkets, traditonal markets gradually resume normal operations amid abundant supply.
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