Hanoi (VNA) - Vietnam recorded no new COVID-19 case on December 4, keeping the national tally at 1,361, according to the National Steering Committee on COVID-19 Prevention and Control. Also on the day, 11 patients were given the all clear, bringing the number of recovered patients to 1,220. The fatalities remain at 35. Among those still under treatment, five tested negative once for coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, which causes the disease, four twice and three thrice. No patients were in critical conditions. A total of 17,238 people who had close contact with COVID-19 patients or returning from pandemic-hit areas are under health monitoring nationwide. The Ministry of Health recommended people to continue serious following its message featuring 5K (in Vietnamese) Khau trang (facemask) - (Khu khuan) disinfection - (Khoang cach) distance - (Khong tu tap) no gathering - (Khai bao y te) health declaration in order to live safely with the COVID-19 pandemic in ‘new normal’./. … [Read more...] about No new COVID-19 case recorded on December 4
All 77 patients have recovered from the acute respiratory disease
Hanoi (VNA) – No new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Vietnam over the past 12 hours, and the national count remains at 1,095 as of 6pm on October 1, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control. During the day, eight patients were given the all-clear, raising the total recoveries to 1,018. Among those still under treatment, one has tested negative for SARS-CoV-2 once, two negative twice and five negative thrice. There are not any serious cases among active patients. The total COVID-19 fatalities remain at 35, with most dead patients being elderly people with serious underlying diseases. There are 15,491 people in quarantine across the country, including 266 at hospitals, 10,441 at concentrated facilities and 4,784 at home or accommodations./. … [Read more...] about COVID-19: No new cases reported on October 1
Alongside, medical facilities must strictly perform screening, separation and isolation of suspects. Moreover, hospitals must not let people at high risk go into and monitor wards such as intensive care units, wards for senior citizens, hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis units cardiovascular. … [Read more...] about Hospitals asked to tighten safety measures amid Covid-19 new cases
“This is precisely why the US Mission in Việt Nam is so delighted to partner with AIP Foundation, AA Việt Nam, and Protec and UPS to distribute helmets to vulnerable communities across Việt Nam while equipping them with the life-preserving knowledge they need to remain safe as they transit Việt Nam’s roadways,” Ambassador Kritenbrink stated while highlighting the fact that Vietnamese commuters are much safer and more cognisant than they have ever been of the paramount importance of wearing helmets and practicing road traffic safety thanks to the efforts of these organisations. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM NEWS DECEMBER 5
Explaining the rush of online game development in recent years, experts say Viet Nam has a lot of potential as a new market because nearly 70 per cent of the gamers are accessing the game for the first time. Also, because the country is located in Southeast Asia, it has a similar culture to China and South Korea so gamers understand and like kung fu novels. … [Read more...] about Online games: harmless fun or social problem?