Thai government asks public to continue work from home World

Thai government asks public to continue work from home

The Thai government’s COVID-19 center has asked the public to continue working from home and refrain from travelling despite a decline in newly reported cases each day, in order to prevent a second wave of infections, and aimed at easing lockdown measures in some cases.
Face masks required for all in public places Society

InfographicFace masks required for all in public places

As from March 16, 2020, Việt Nam requires all Vietnamese citizens as well as foreign citizens in Việt Nam to wear face masks in public places where there are many people, such as supermarkets, airports, bus terminals or public transport.
Foreign Ministry issues notice on COVID-19 epidemic Politics

Foreign Ministry issues notice on COVID-19 epidemic

The Foreign Ministry issued a notice on March 14, asking people who come from or transit areas hit by the COVID-19 epidemic to keep themselves updated on regulations of airlines and ensure they have all required documents in order to take flights (especially documents certificating health conditions if any).
Hanoi forum promotes girls’ rights Society

Hanoi forum promotes girls’ rights

One hundred girls will represent their peers nationwide, with half of them ethnic minorities, to speak of safe public places for girls and consequences of early marriage at a forum in Hanoi on October 7.