QR codes being installed around Ly Son Island Travel

QR codes being installed around Ly Son Island

The installation of QR codes at tourism sites in Ly Son island district in central Quang Ngai province is being carried out by the management board of the Ly Son-Sa Huynh Geo-Park in coordination with district authorities, as part of efforts to promote digitalisation in the tourism sector.
Flood-affected school students get scholarships Society

Flood-affected school students get scholarships

A total of 220 school students whose families were affected by floods and storms from Nghe An to Quang Ngai provinces received scholarships worth 2.2 billion VND (95,000 USD) from the Vietnam Central Disaster Prevention Support Fund (QPT) for continuing their education.
More support for localities hit by storms, floods Society

More support for localities hit by storms, floods

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has decided to provide additional 670 billion VND (29 million USD) from the central budget reserves for nine central and Central Highlands provinces to address consequences of recent storms and floods.
Vinamilk plans to import 1,200 milch cows from US in 2021 Business

Vinamilk plans to import 1,200 milch cows from US in 2021

Vinamilk, the largest dairy producer in Vietnam, recently imported 500 dairy cows from the US, and plans to buy additional 1,100-1,200 cows in 2021 for its dairy cow farm in the central province of Quang Ngai to boost the domestic supply of raw milk.
Quang Ngai province battered by Typhoon Molave Society

Quang Ngai province battered by Typhoon Molave

Typhoon Molave made landfall over central Vietnam brought gale-force winds along with persistent downpours to provinces between Quang Nam and Binh Dinh. Quang Ngai is one of the most affected provinces.
Storm Molave causes damages in central region Society

Storm Molave causes damages in central region

As of 6 am on October 29, Storm Molave caused two deaths, left 55 people missing, injured 28 people and damaged 2,527 houses in central Vietnam, reported the Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control.
Forces rush to search for storm victims Society

Forces rush to search for storm victims

Nguyen Van Tien, Deputy Chief of the Office of the Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control, on October 29 asked cities and provinces affected by Storm Molave to continue following instructions on disaster response.
PetroVietnam subsidiaries brace for Storm Molave Environment

PetroVietnam subsidiaries brace for Storm Molave

As Storm Molave, the most powerful in 20 years, is fast approaching Vietnam, subsidiaries of the Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam or PVN) which are located in areas vulnerable to the storm, have proactively taken measures to protect oil and gas projects and assist local communities when necessary.
Airlines adjust schedules due to Storm Molave Business

Airlines adjust schedules due to Storm Molave

Many domestic flights have been delayed or cancelled as Storm Molave, the ninth of this year and the fourth within a month, is forecast to make a landfall in the central region on October 27 night.