08:59 | 23/06/2021
Vietnam is expected to produce about 100 million doses of Nano Covax, the country’s first Covid-19 vaccine candidate each year.
09:33 | 28/05/2021
If everything goes as planned, Vietnam can produce its first domestic coronavirus vaccine in late September.
07:27 | 27/04/2021
All volunteers involving the second phase of Vietnam’s Nanocovax vaccine generates high immunity against Covid-19 after fully vaccinated.
08:07 | 13/04/2021
Six volunteers joining the human trials of Covivac on April 12 received their second shots of the homegrown COVID-19 vaccine.
07:50 | 02/04/2021
Given the current speed of the Nanocovax vaccine’s human trial, Vietnam is expecting to have the first domestic Covid-19 vaccine greenlighted in late 2021.
06:57 | 27/03/2021
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam on March 26 received the second shot of made-in-Vietnam NanoCovax vaccine, which is on the second trial phase.
08:22 | 26/03/2021
In the second stage of human trials to test the domestically-produced vaccine, there are 26 volunteers received their second shots of the Nano Covax novel coronavirus on March 25.
09:30 | 23/03/2021
Vietnam expects to introduce its first domestically- developed COVID-19 vaccine in September.
08:34 | 06/03/2021
A total of 367 volunteers, including 30 people over the age of 60, have received Nano Covax, the first Made-in-Vietnam Covid-19 vaccine as part of the second phase of human trials, according to the Military Medical University.
08:11 | 01/03/2021
The indigenous Covivac vaccine is expected to be less than US $2.6 (VND 60,000) per dose, a reasonable price for all Vietnamese residents.
15:33 | 26/02/2021
Nano Covax, the first made-in-Vietnam Covid-19 vaccine entered the second phase of human trials on February 26 morning.
16:28 | 19/01/2021
After injected the highest 75 mcg dose of Made-in-Vietnam Covid-19 vaccine Nano Covax, all 20 volunteers are in stable health conditions, having no fever and only some people experience pain at the vaccinated spot.
13:25 | 15/01/2021
Nanovax – Vietnam’s first indigenous COVID-19 vaccine to enter human trials – has yielded high immunity response after the second dose, a fivefold increase from the first jab, preliminary results from the Military Medical Academy shows.
10:12 | 12/01/2021
Three volunteers are set to be injected the first shot of 75mcg dose of the Made-in-Vietnam Nanocovax vaccine on January 18, the highest quantity of the vaccine which will be trialed on participants.
16:10 | 06/01/2021
While the number of new COVID-19 infections and death tolls keeps growing, the need to churn out vaccines against the virus has become more urgent than ever. Vietnam, with four candidates in the making, is among the world’s over 50 countries with positive results.
14:09 | 02/01/2021
IVAC's Covivac COVID-19 vaccine will enter human trials in January after safety test assessments in animals, becoming the second vaccine in Vietnam to granted such action.
14:41 | 19/12/2020
Nanogen Biopharmaceutical company is expected to end its Nanocovax vaccine’s human trials by February 2022, opening hope that Vietnamese people will be resonably vacinated against the coronavirus.
11:13 | 17/12/2020
The first 60 volunteers among the selected 200 will be injected with Nanocovax – Vietnam's first local-made COVID-19 vaccine approved for human trials, from Thursday.
12:06 | 11/12/2020
Along with injections, Vietnam’s COVID-19 Nanocovax vaccine will also be developed in the form of eye-drop and nasal spray for special subjects.
16:06 | 10/12/2020
With US $10.3 per dose, Nanogen’s Nanocovax, which is about to enter the first phase of human trials in the coming days, will be economically affordable to all Vietnamese citizens.
Make in Vietnam
Although the market is still new, audio book makers have a high growth rate. Currently, both Voiz FM and Fonos have a monthly revenue increase of six times compared to the first month of the year.
16:17 | 27/09/2021
Foreign organizations joined hands to prevent and control the Covid-19 in the southern province of Dong Nai.
16:16 | 27/09/2021
Women in Business
In the complicated pandemic, corporate culture was an important factor to lead the enterprise through difficulties, said Ngoc Bich Tran, Tan Hiep Phat Deputy CEO.
16:15 | 27/09/2021
Vietnamese-Origin Billionaire Singer in US Provides Over 1000 Gifts and Cash to Vietnamese People in Need
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