The two planes will transport tourists who have desired to return to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, said Nguyen Thu Thuy, head of the Municipal Tourism Department’s Office. The department has proposed that Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City instruct relevant agencies to receive the aircraft in compliance with regulations on COVID-19 prevention and control. … [Read more...] about Tourists stranded in Da Nang to be brought home by air
Bringing home my baby bumblebee
The models to utilise such a bubble can be studied by Vietnam, but would only allow guests to travel directly within the region and not yet allow transfer of passengers from third countries outside the region, to ensure control of visitor resources. In addition, passengers on flights on arrival must be separated in their families for 14 days, registered with the government, or be sent to a government-designated accommodation facility with a fee. Home self-isolation, strictly controlled by technology, may also be an option. … [Read more...] about Careful reopening of international flights just around the corner
Tourism revenue sinks as pandemic hammers demandCOVID-19 figures in Việt Nam on August 5 eveningMore than 200 hotels in VN selected to provide paid quarantine servicesHCM City prepares scenario for 50 new COVID-19 casesTwo new COVID-19 cases connected to Đà Nẵng Hospital … [Read more...] about Việt Nam records 41 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday afternoon, caseload surpasses 700
The boy's parents live and work in Hanoi and recently asked Le to help take care of him. Le told police she could not help herself, seeing him suffer from complicatons related to cerebral palsy and a cleft palate. … [Read more...] about Doctor faces murder charge for poisoning cerebral palsy afflicted grandson
A heart-to-heart between a Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper reporter and P.H.H., who is serving a life sentence for murder in Division 2 of Thu Duc Prison, located in Ham Tan District in the south-central province of Binh Thuan, was constantly interrupted by waves of emotion the other day. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese convicts’ children – Part 3: Where is my child?