Covid-19 & Mental Health: HCM City to Launch "Vaccine for the Mind" Programme

Covid-19 & Mental Health: HCM City to Launch "Vaccine for the Mind" Programme

A mental health care programme would be launched in Ho Chi Minh City, the country’s current biggest Covid-19 hotspot, amid worrying impacts of the pandemic, both physically and psychologically.
Covid-19 New Variant: What Do We Know about C.1.2. and Mu

Covid-19 New Variant: What Do We Know about C.1.2. and Mu

Genetics researchers who have been watching for new coronavirus variant C.1.2 say it possesses mutations within the genome similar to those seen in variants of interest, like Delta while WHO is monitoring Mu varient identified in Colombia in January.
WHO: First Coronavirus Patient May Have Been Wuhan Lab Worker

WHO: First Coronavirus Patient May Have Been Wuhan Lab Worker

The world’s first coronavirus patient may have been infected by a bat while working in the Wuhan lab, a World Health Organization investigator has claimed in a bombshell statement.
AstraZeneca Developer: Herd Immunity 'Not a Possibility' Due to Delta

AstraZeneca Developer: Herd Immunity 'Not a Possibility' Due to Delta

Reaching herd immunity is “not a possibility” with the current Delta variant, the head of the Oxford Vaccine Group has said.
WHO pledges to accelerate Covid-19 vaccine delivery to Vietnam via COVAX Facility

WHO pledges to accelerate Covid-19 vaccine delivery to Vietnam via COVAX Facility

The WHO has pledged to press ahead with the delivery of Covid-19 vaccines to Vietnam via the COVAX Facility.
WHO approves China's Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine for emergency use

WHO approves China's Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine for emergency use

The World Health Organisation (WHO) on June 1 approved the Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine for emergency use - the second Chinese jab to receive the WHO's green light.
Biden aministration shut down Pompeo effort to investigate Covid-19 lab theory

Biden aministration shut down Pompeo effort to investigate Covid-19 lab theory

U.S President Joe Biden's administration shut down an inquiry launched by former president Trump to prove the coronavirus originated in a Chinese lab.
Vietnam welcomes WHO’s initiative on Covid-19 vaccine technology transfer hub

Vietnam welcomes WHO’s initiative on Covid-19 vaccine technology transfer hub

A Vietnamese official on May 24 welcomed the World Health Organization’s initiative on establishing a Covid-19 vaccine technology transfer hub, saying it is a concrete example of a new global mechanism to prepare for future pandemics.
WHO chief wants 10 percent of world’s population given Covid-19 vaccines by September

WHO chief wants 10 percent of world’s population given Covid-19 vaccines by September

World Health Organization (WHO) director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Monday called for a huge global effort to ensure that 10 percent of the population in every country is vaccinated against Covid-19 by September.
Kidong Park: WHO closely monitors ongoing pandemic outbreak in Vietnam

Kidong Park: WHO closely monitors ongoing pandemic outbreak in Vietnam

Dr Kidong Park, WHO Representative in Vietnam, said the WHO is closely monitoring the situation of the ongoing pandemic outbreak in Vietnam.
WHO issues 7 million USD emergency appeal to tackle health crisis in Gaza and West Bank

WHO issues 7 million USD emergency appeal to tackle health crisis in Gaza and West Bank

As the Israeli-Palestinian conflict continues with raging violence, the World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday issued an urgent appeal for $7 million needed over six months in response to a health crisis in Gaza and the West Bank where the most offensive is concentrated.
People fully vaccinated can stop wearing masks, CDC says

People fully vaccinated can stop wearing masks, CDC says

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Thursday that fully vaccinated people can stop wearing masks and staying 6 feet away from others in public and most settings in updated public health guidance.
WHO: Seychelles Covid-19 data reviewed after fully vaccinated people test positive

WHO: Seychelles Covid-19 data reviewed after fully vaccinated people test positive

On Tuesday, World Health Organization (WHO) said it was reviewing COVID-19 data from Seychelles, the world’s most vaccinated country, after a third of people who tested positive for COVID-19 in the last week despite being fully vaccinated.
WHO: Vietnam needs to remain alert against Covid-19

WHO: Vietnam needs to remain alert against Covid-19

The World Health Organization has advised Vietnam to remain alert for Covid19 outbreaks despite the recent absence of community transmissions and an ongoing vaccination campaign.
WHO presents short film on Vietnam’s incredible Covid-19 containment effort

WHO presents short film on Vietnam’s incredible Covid-19 containment effort

The World Health Organization on April 9 releases a 30-min-long video titled “150 days after: Tales from Vietnam’s Covid-19 response” picturing the incredible efforts of the Vietnamese Government and citizens to attain initial achievements in the Covid-19 fight.
WHO speaks highly of Vietnam’s vaccine management system

WHO speaks highly of Vietnam’s vaccine management system

Vietnam’s vaccine management system reaches the second-highest level in the Global Benchmarking Tool (GBT), WHO confirms Wednesday.
WHO disapproves Covid vaccine passport at the moment

WHO disapproves Covid vaccine passport at the moment

WHO spokeswoman Margaret Harris said on Monday that The World Health Organization would not back Covid vaccine passports at the moment due to uncertainty over whether inoculation prevents transmission of the virus.
WHO donates thousands of leprosy medications to Vietnam

WHO donates thousands of leprosy medications to Vietnam

The World Health Organization (WHO) on March 26 handed over Vietnam thousands of leprosy tablets to help the country in the treatment of leprosy.
First batch of vaccine under Covax to arrives in Vietnam next month

First batch of vaccine under Covax to arrives in Vietnam next month

More than 811,000 doses of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine will be delivered to Hanoi next month via the WHO-led Vaccines Global Access (Covax) initiative.
WHO praises Vietnamese efforts in fighting tuberculosis

WHO praises Vietnamese efforts in fighting tuberculosis

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has hailed the country for its remarkable progress in combating tuberculosis (TB) over the course of the last year in a letter sent to Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam to mark World TB Day on March 24.
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After Years of Hardships, Vietnam is Overdue for Prosperity & Happiness Focus

After Years of Hardships, Vietnam is Overdue for Prosperity & Happiness

In the process of development, our nation created many respectable values, but true prosperity seems to be out of our grasp. Happiness only comes in each moment and often came after cost of a lot of pain and loss paid. However, this current time creates us all the fulfilled conditions to reach prosperity and happiness. This is the most special moment in the nation's history.
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