Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc (C) chairs a meeting on February 24 discussing the prevention and control of the spread of Covid-19 – PHOTO: THANH NIEN HCMC - Schools across the country will remain closed as authorities have to consider the development of the coronavirus outbreak before setting their reopening dates, noted the prime minister. … [Read more...] about School reopening dates not yet finalized: PM
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Hanoi proposes isolating arrivals from South Korea epidemic areas for 14 days The Hanoi Department of Health has proposed putting any Korean or Vietnamese nationals who arrive from the epidemic areas in the Republic of Korea (RoK) in isolation for a 14-day period. … [Read more...] about Travellers from Korea’s outbreak zones quarantined after entering VN
Amid the larger spread of the COVID-19 in some countries outside China such as South Korea, Japan, Iran, ect, the detailed plan aims to ensure absolute rights of Vietnamese workers in the countries, especially coronavirus-hit countries with a huge number of Vietnamese laborers. • Closely monitoring people from epidemic areas of RoK The National Steering Committee set up to prevent and combat the acute respiratory disease caused by COVID-19 yesterday kicked off a conference to adopt anti-epidemic measures. At the conference, Vice Minister of Health Nguyen Thanh Long said that amid the outbreak of novel Coronavirus (COVID-2019) in South Korea, the Ministry of Health had a meeting with ministries and other related agencies to analyze the epidemic situation in the Coronavirus- hit country and propose anti- epidemic measures from Korean visitors. After going to an agreement, the Ministry of Health officially implemented the mandatory medical declarations for all passengers … [Read more...] about VN draws detailed circumstances of employee transfer from Covid-19 hit- areas
HÀ NỘI Unilever has donated antibacterial soap and antiseptic solutions worth VNĐ3 billion to 1,000 of Việt Nam’s schools and hospitals at high risk of coronavirus (COVID-19) to fight the epidemic, said Đỗ Thái Vương, Unilever’s Vice President, Sustainable Business & Communication. … [Read more...] about Unilever donates soap, antiseptic solutions to fight COVID-19
In the last seven years he has been living in South Korea, Vu Vinh, a Vietnamese student at Yeungnam University in Gyeongsan City, about 14 km from Daegu, has never seen a subway train not packed with people. But subway Line 2 from Gyeongsan to Daegu was almost empty after working hours on February 23, he said. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese in South Korea face dilemma: stay put or bail out?