Prof. Tran Binh Giang: Doctors at the hospital recently performed a surgery on a female patient who previously sought medical treatment abroad. She went through a hysterectomy surgery and handled her placenta praevia in Singapore, costing 50,000 USD, but there was a side-effect. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese hospitals to remove bottlenecks to lure foreign patients
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However, he noted that the US side has strict quality requirements for imported medical products. Therefore, he asked Vietnamese businesses to follow instructions from the Government and related ministries, especially the Ministries of Public Health, and Industry and Trade, on regulations related to the export of medical equipment and face masks, and at the same time discuss carefully with US partners about production and export contracts. … [Read more...] about Latest covid-19 news in Vietnam and Southeast Asia on April 7 (updated hourly)
Also, even before the outbreak, Indian farmers were struggling. Low crop prices had led to a massive slowdown of rural consumption. "Even in normal times," said Mr Chowdhary, "farming has become unviable." Some 200,000 farmers have committed suicide in India since 1997. Most of the suicides have been linked to poverty, debt, a sharp rise in costs and crop failures due to pest attacks … [Read more...] about Will coronavirus lockdown cause food shortages in India?