15:48 | 12/06/2021
Chinese researchers have said they had found a batch of new coronaviruses in bats including one that may be the second-closest yet, genetically, to the Covid-19 virus.
09:28 | 13/02/2021
The SASR-CoV-2 virus strain detected in patients who are staff at the Ho Chi Minh City’s Tan Son Nhat International Airport appears for the first time in Vietnam and Southeast Asia.
16:02 | 14/01/2021
Hanoi will test for SARS-CoV-2 on 100 samples of imported food so as to ensure safety for residents, especially during the upcoming 13th National Party Congress, said Khong Minh Tuan, Deputy Director of the Hanoi Center for Disease Control (CDC).
16:55 | 06/12/2020
Quang Nam is the next province to ramp up Covid-19 prevention efforts by placing people that frequented the same Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) locations into centralized quarantine.
11:57 | 12/10/2020
SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19 can survive on some surfaces such as banknotes, phone screens, and stainless steel for nearly one month, according to a new study from Australian scientists.
06:53 | 16/09/2020
The Vietnamese government has agreed with the proposal of the Ministry of Transport on the resumption of six international flights from Vietnam to some countries.
14:43 | 24/08/2020
Nguyen Ha and her friends, Vietnamese in America has launched the campaign of raising funds named “Joining hands for Vietnam” to donate Da Nang, Vietnam’s COVID-19 epicenter.
10:12 | 24/08/2020
The image of Ho Anh Khiet, 8, a poor kid from Ca Dong ethnic group (Quang Nam) carrying bamboo shoot to support Da Nang, Vietnam’s COVID-19 hotspot has quickly circulated on the Internet and received lots of praise.
07:37 | 17/08/2020
Scientists have stated that COVID-19 might have originated in a Chinese mineshaft back in 2012 instead of a wet market in Wuhan last year.
13:11 | 14/08/2020
A research team at the University of Florida succeeded in isolating live virus from aerosols collected at a distance of 7 to 16 feet (2,1-4,8 meters) from patients hospitalized with Covid-19.
19:08 | 13/08/2020
As many as 230 Vietnamese citizens stranded in Malaysia are to be brought home on August 13 while 25 new coronavirus infections were confirmed in Vietnam on the same day, lifting the national tally to 905.
09:59 | 31/07/2020
The Ministry of Health in the morning of July 31 announced the recognition of new COVID-19 cases, including 33 cases at Da Nang Hospital and 2 at Da Nang Cancer Hospital. Thus, from July 25, the number of cases related to Da Nang is 93.
07:18 | 31/07/2020
Medical equipment worth USD250,000 presented by the Vietnamese government to a number of African countries to help them combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
06:42 | 25/07/2020
Over 200 Vietnamese workers who have been left stranded in Uzbekistan due to the impact of the COVID-19 will be brought home soon, according to the Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
07:10 | 24/07/2020
Four doctors and nurses will help repatriate 120 COVID-19 positive Vietnamese citizens from Equatorial Guinea as imported coronavirus cases rise daily with four people, including a foreigner, returning from Russia and the Republic of Korea have been diagnosed with the virus on July 23 evening.
18:03 | 22/07/2020
Vietnam's COVID-19 cases of coronavirus rose to 401 after five people returning from coronavirus hit US and Russia have been diagnosed with the virus on July 22 morning.
08:23 | 22/07/2020
Over 300 Vietnamese citizens left stranded in Malaysia due to the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, were repatriated on a flight operated by Vietnam Airlines that touched down at Can Tho International Airport on July 21.
14:33 | 18/07/2020
The flight was arranged by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, authorised agencies of Vietnam, the Vietnamese embassies in Russia and Belarus, the national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines, and relevant agencies of the host countries amid complicated development of the COVID-19 pandemic in there.
15:32 | 16/07/2020
Vietnamese authorities, representative agencies and national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines partnered with authorities of two host countries to carry a large number of Vietnamese citizens home on July 15 - 16. However, an elderly citizen has died on board the repatriation flight from the US.
15:53 | 13/07/2020
The Vietnam Airlines flight brought home a number of doctors and nurses who had traveled to the UK to accompany a British pilot, also repatriate over 340 Vietnamese citizens from the coronavirus-hit country.