The victim was 55 years old and lived in Hai Chau District, Da Nang, a coastal city in the central region, Nguyen Truong Son, Minister of Health, said, adding she had a history of hypertension. … [Read more...] about Vietnam announces 11th coronavirus-related death
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The latest coronavirus outbreak has spread to 15 cities and provinces across three regions of the country. Da Nang topped the list with 246 cases, followed by Quang Nam (67), Ho Chi Minh City (8), Quang Ngai (6), Bac Giang (6), Hanoi (5), Lang Son (4), Dak Lak (3), Quang Tri and Dong Nai (2 each), and Thanh Hoa, Hai Duong, Thai Binh, Ha Nam and Khanh Hoa (1 each). … [Read more...] about COVID-19: Two more cases detected, Vietnam has 812 in total
Currently, the firm has halted its plant’s operation to wait for the city’s direction. Meanwhile, Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Ho Ky Minh said that the city needs time to gather advices from authorised agencies to deal with the issue in line with the law. He noted that in previous meetings to discuss the construction of the plants, most of the locals agreed to evacuate to give space for the plants. Minh also vowed to give the final and detailed answer to people in the two villages by March 5 morning. After the talk, locals left the entrances of the two factories after two-day gathering to ask the municipal authorities and businesses to move the polluting facilities. … [Read more...] about Solutions to Da Nang steel plants’ pollution to be given by March 5
Starting from about this time, expats on social media will begin the ‘Is it raining yet?’ speculations. There was only one expat whose predictions I trusted and he’s gone now – so I’m back to using my trusty elbow extra-sensory powers and sticking my thumb out the window. It might also be a handy moment to dispense with the bloatware on your phone and update the weather app. Come to think of it, how come no one ever looks up anymore to check the weather? … [Read more...] about Is it raining yet?
The volume of cargo handled by them is growing at 5 percent a year, with the goods brought mainly by road, meaning the number of container trucks going in and out of the ports is huge. … [Read more...] about HCMC suggested to collect infrastructure fees at ports