Ha Loi Village, home to nearly 10,900 people, has been locked down for 14 days starting from April 7 in relation to patient No. 243, who had attended crowded events including a wedding and a death anniversary party with fellow villagers before the diagnosis. … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s COVID-19 tally reaches 251 with two new cases
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However, the purchase price of electricity from grid-connected solar power projects with planning and commercial operation dates before January 1, 2021 with the total cumulative capacity of not more than 2,000 MW in the southern province of Ninh Thuan – a solar power hotspot – will be entitled to a preferential price of 2,086 VND (9.35 US cents) per kWh. … [Read more...] about New tariff scheme approved to encourage solar development
Four new cases of COVID-19 take total to 249 The National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control announced four new cases of COVID-19 on April 7, bringing the total cases in the country to 249 as of 18:00 of April 7. … [Read more...] about VN has two new COVID-19 cases, totaling 251
The patient no 243 had made contact with many people before testing positive. Ha Loi Village has 2,937 households with 10,872 people. The village will be locked down for at least 14 days. "Ha Loi Village must be locked down immediately as community spread has occurred there. Besides the 243rd patient, three other villagers have also been suspected and two of them tested positive," Chung said. The police, military and medical staff must quickly be sent to Ha Loi Village. Hanoi Centre for Disease Control will help with the lockdown. People who made direct contact with 243rd patient must be tested as soon as possible. "People from at least 457 households in Ha Loi must stay home. The authorities will provide groceries to the villagers," Chung said. Nguyen Nhat Cam, director of Hanoi Centre for Disease Control, said on April 7, they had sent employees to investigate and identify the quarantine area. Two people who made contact with 243rd patient and tested positive have been tested … [Read more...] about Hanoi to lock down Ha Loi Village after new positive case
Third, in concrete terms, strengthening e-commerce or diversifying customer groups could be two viable solutions. Fourth, state-owned enterprises should not be the beneficiaries of any subsidies whatsoever. SMEs need the money much more urgently. Fifth, state price controls are counterproductive and distort competition. They should be avoided in order to prevent side-effects such as black markets and the waste of resources (minimum prices) or queues and low investment (maximum prices). Sixth, social measures such as unemployment benefits are definitely appropriate to support citizens in need. Lastly, in view of the warning example of the EU, a zero-interest rate policy should never be introduced to Vietnam. … [Read more...] about Coping with the outbreak in the Vietnamese way – a role model?