Hanoi orders closure of bars, karaoke venues and roadside stalls Society

Hanoi orders closure of bars, karaoke venues and roadside stalls

Starting on August 1, all bars, karaoke venues and roadside stalls will have to close and large gatherings are banned in Hanoi, the city’s authorities announced on July 31 morning, as the country has reported tens of locally-transmitted COVID-19 cases over the past days.
HCM City allows bars, karaoke parlors to reopen Society

HCM City allows bars, karaoke parlors to reopen

Ho Chi Minh City’s People’s Committee has allowed entertainment facilities such as bars and karaoke parlours to re-open after the country has gone through 56 straight days without any community transmission of COVID-19.
Hanoi shuts down historical relics, bars amid COVID-19 outbreak Society

Hanoi shuts down historical relics, bars amid COVID-19 outbreak

Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung on March 13 ordered a temporary closure of the historical relics in both urban and suburban areas, and a halt of the operation of the bars and karaoke parlours as well as music programmes until the end of March.
Nightclub-goers must be over 18s Society

Nightclub-goers must be over 18s

Nightclubs must be for over 18s only and close by 2am as part of a new Government decree covering karaoke bars and nightclubs that will take effect from September this year.
Myanmar: 15 killed in karaoke bar fire World

Myanmar: 15 killed in karaoke bar fire

At least 15 people were killed and one injured in a fire at a karaoke bar in Myanmar’s central Magway township, according to the country’s Fire Service Department.
Hanoi police announce karaoke fire causes Society

Hanoi police announce karaoke fire causes

The capital city police have confirmed carelessness by a welder during his work on a billboard as one of the main causes of a karaoke bar fire that killed a total of 13 people earlier this month.
Hanoi karaoke bar blaze kills at least 13 Society

Hanoi karaoke bar blaze kills at least 13

At least 13 people have been killed after a fire broke out at a karaoke venue on November 1 afternoon and tore through four neighbouring buildings in Hanoi’s Cau Giay district.