Vietnam logs 92 more COVID-19 cases on June 7 morning Health

Vietnam logs 92 more COVID-19 cases on June 7 morning

Vietnam confirmed 92 more COVID-19 cases in the past six hours to 12pm on June 7, including 68 infections in Bac Giang, 14 in Ho Chi Minh City, seven in Lang Son, two in Ha Tinh and one in Hanoi, reported the Health Ministry.
Vietnam records additional 102 cases of COVID-19 Health

Vietnam records additional 102 cases of COVID-19

Vietnam confirmed another 102 cases of COVID-19 on June 6 morning with 69 cases in Bac Giang – the country’s largest pandemic hotspot - and 14 in its neighbouring Bac Ninh province. As many as 100 of the cases were detected in the concentrated quarantine facilities.
Bac Giang: Children under five allowed to be quarantined at home Health

Bac Giang: Children under five allowed to be quarantined at home

Children under five years old who had close contact with COVID-19 patients are now allowed to undergo mandatory quarantine at home provided that all pandemic prevention requirements are met, according to an urgent notice from the Ministry of Health to the northern province of Bac Giang, which is being hard hit by new COVID-19 outbreaks.
Tourism firms hang tight in COVID-19 tsunami Videos

Tourism firms hang tight in COVID-19 tsunami

COVID-19 outbreaks since early 2020 are like tsunamis sinking tourism sector regardless of its effort to swim upward. Still, tourism firms have been trying to hang tight and wait for recuperation when the pandemic is eased globally.
HCM City asked to use IT in COVID-19 prevention and control Health

HCM City asked to use IT in COVID-19 prevention and control

The National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control has ordered Ho Chi Minh City’s authorities to soon apply information technology such as automatic switchboards calling local residents to ask about symptoms of cough and fever for timely collection of samples for COVID-19 testing.
Brave little fellows in pandemic hotspot Society

Brave little fellows in pandemic hotspot

Bac Giang is now the centre of the COVID-19 outbreak in Vietnam, with cases of new infections increasing daily. Many people with direct contact with cases have been sent to quarantine sites and isolation zones, including children. They are so young they don’t fully understand how dangerous the disease is. But they are all cooperating with family and staff at quarantine sites.
Quang Ninh ensuring safety in industrial production Society

Quang Ninh ensuring safety in industrial production

The northern province of Quang Ninh has adopted a range of measures to ensure safety during industrial production amid the unpredictable developments of the COVID-19 pandemic and the more contagious variants of the coronavirus.