Deputy Chief of Staff of the Vietnam Navy Rear Admiral Do Minh Thai (C) checking the salt-water filtration system on Song Tu Tay Island. Source: thanhnien.com.vn At present, Song Tu Tay Island has four seawater desalination systems using solar and wind energy to generate over 800 litres per hour. The filtered water meets all quality standards. … [Read more...] about Salt-water filters benefit Song Tu Tay islanders
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Experts believe that it is necessary to think of measures to lead water to the Mekong Delta through a transmission network to save the area from severe drought and saline intrusion. According to Vu Trong Hong, former Deputy Minister of Irrigation, now MARD, this year’s drought season has not reached its peak, and building more seawater prevention sluices is an expensive but ineffective measure. … [Read more...] about Should water be transferred from east to west to save the Mekong Delta?
On the same day, the Saigon Water Corporation (Sawaco), a major water supplier in Ho Chi Minh City, announced to exempt water fee for poor and near-poor households and quarantine areas in three months. … [Read more...] about Nearly 5,000 preschool teachers, laborers receive financial aids
"It seems businesses have realized they need each other to survive, and if each link in the supply chain is willing to lower their price a little, the whole chain will be able to coexist," Truong pointed out. "But 90 percent is a surprisingly encouraging statistic, which shows the positive mentality of Vietnamese enterprises in the face of the pandemic." … [Read more...] about Businesses find opportunity in Covid-19 pandemic
Nearly 70,000 labourers in Hà Nội lose jobs amid COVID-19 pandemicThousands of test tubes sent to Germany for COVID-19 medicine researchViệt Nam’s 32nd COVID-19 patient discharged, confirms will lead charity fundPM signs decision to officially declare nationwide COVID-19 pandemicJapanese firm to make 15,000 ventilators to help VN’s COVID-19 response … [Read more...] about Which businesses will remain open during national social distancing?