Three hundred and twenty-five cases were registered in Da Nang, 86 in Quang Nam, nine in Ho Chi Minh City, seven in Hanoi, seven in Quang Tri Province, six in Bac Giang Province, five in Quang Ngai Province, four in Lang Son Province, three in Hai Duong Province, three in Da Lak Province, two in Dong Nai Province, one in Thai Binh Province, one Ha Nam Province, one in Thanh Hoa Province, and one in Khanh Hoa Province. … [Read more...] about Chinese citizen tests positive for coronavirus after illegal entry into Vietnam
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"Patient 912" is a 27-year-old man from China. On July 27, he entered Vietnam illegally with seven other Chinese nationals through the northern border. They traveled by car to Ho Chi Minh City on July 27-29. He was found on July 30, quarantined and tested at the city's District 7 Hospital, and the result was negative for the novel coronavirus. … [Read more...] about Vietnam records 18 new Covid-19 cases
Authorities of the central city of Danang are identifying a man who used a catapult to attack monkeys at a local pagoda. On May 11, a short clip about the case was posted on a Facebook page on Danang’s environmental protection. It went viral on the internet later. The man used the catapult to tease the monkeys … [Read more...] about Man uses catapult to attack monkeys at Danang pagoda
At the event, PM Phuc particularly asked Japanese investors to increase investing in infrastructure development, especially key facilities, in Vietnam. He also suggested that they pay attention to the Vietnamese retail market, which is valued at over 150 billion USD, with a population of nearly 100 million and a fast rising middle class. … [Read more...] about Vietnam to be “promising land” for Japanese investors: PM
Hanoi retailers told to increase stocks threefold amid pandemic Retailers in Hanoi were told to increase stocks of essential goods by three-fold over average levels to ensure price stability amid the complex development of the COVID-19 pandemic. … [Read more...] about Why do private investors want to take over Saigon Co-op?