COVID-19: Vietnam halts domestic health declaration Health

COVID-19: Vietnam halts domestic health declaration

The Ministry of Health (MoH) has asked the People's Committees of provinces and centrally-run cities to direct relevant agencies to suspend the application of domestic health declaration (domestic travel, and at public places and restaurants) from 0:00 am on April 30.
Vietnam Airlines to suspend flights to Russia from March 25 Travel

Vietnam Airlines to suspend flights to Russia from March 25

The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines on March 22 announced that it will temporarily suspend flights on the Hanoi-Moscow route from March 25 to review and clarify the procedures, requirements and regulations related to the craft insurance and flight operations to Russia.
Toyota, Honda suspend production in Malaysia World

Toyota, Honda suspend production in Malaysia

Toyota Motor Corp and Honda Motor Co. have ceased operation of their factories in Malaysia after this Southeast Asian country initiated a national lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19 on June 1.
Japan adjusts entry policy for foreigners World

Japan adjusts entry policy for foreigners

Japan will suspend the entry of business people from 11 countries and territories, including Vietnam, into the country as part of its efforts to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, Kyodo News reported on January 13.
Cambodia: Flooding forces 40 garment factories to suspend operations World

Cambodia: Flooding forces 40 garment factories to suspend operations

Seventy-nine garment factories in Kampong Speu and Kandal provinces and Phnom Penh have been affected by flooding, and at least 40 of them have temporarily suspended their operations, the Phnom Penh Post quoted the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training spokesman Heng Sour as saying.
HCM City: 90 percent of small travel firms suspend operations Society

HCM City: 90 percent of small travel firms suspend operations

More than 20,000 staff at hotels and tourist accommodations in Ho Chi Minh City were laid off or put on unpaid leave in the first quarter of the year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report released by the municipal Department of Tourism on April 13.