77 more locally-transmitted Covid-19 infections confirmed on Sunday evening

77 more locally-transmitted Covid-19 infections confirmed on Sunday evening

87 more people have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 in Vietnam, including 77 locally-transmitted cases, raising the total number of Covid-19 patients in the country to 3,332, the Ministry of Health... Read more »
Vietnam confirms 77 new local Covid-19 cases

Vietnam confirms 77 new local Covid-19 cases

Vietnam recorded 77 new Covid-19 local cases Sunday evening, bringing the number of such cases in the latest outbreaks to 333. Read more »
Minister of Finance Ho Duc Phoc appointed as Deputy Director of the Permanent Committee of the Steering Committee 389

Minister of Finance Ho Duc Phoc appointed as Deputy Director of the Permanent Committee of the Steering Committee 389

VCN - Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh, Director of the National Steering Committee of anti-smuggling, trade Fraud and counterfeiting (National Steering Committee 389) issued a decision to amend and... Read more »
Quang Tri: Change vehicle operator to prevent pandemic

Quang Tri: Change vehicle operator to prevent pandemic

Vehicle operators transporting goods from Laos and come back to Vietnam to the area of delivery and receiving vehicle (the location of changing vehicle’s operator for leaving country) are regulated... Read more »
87 new COVID-19 cases reported on Sunday evening

87 new COVID-19 cases reported on Sunday evening

The new cases include 77 new community cases and 10 imported ones. More details to follow soon. Read more »
Central province wants airport on Ly Son Island

Central province wants airport on Ly Son Island

The central province of Quang Ngai has proposed that an airport be built on Ly Son Island, one of its tourism hotspots. Read more »
Vingroup shuts down smartphone, TV manufacturing

Vingroup shuts down smartphone, TV manufacturing

Vietnam’s biggest private conglomerate, Vingroup, will stop manufacturing smartphones and televisions, focusing instead on producing equipment for VinFast cars. Read more »
Having been granted a slot, it is still difficult for Vietnamese airlines to fly directly to the US in 2021

Having been granted a slot, it is still difficult for Vietnamese airlines to fly directly to the US in 2021

On May 7, Bamboo Airways announced that it had just been granted a slot (hourly takeoff and landing) to fly to Los Angeles and San Francisco airports starting from September... Read more »
Prime Minister urges for stronger measures to fight COVID-19

Prime Minister urges for stronger measures to fight COVID-19

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has urged for stronger measures to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure socio-economic activities and the upcoming election. Read more »
PM holds emergency online conference on COVID-19 control

PM holds emergency online conference on COVID-19 control

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on May 9 held an urgent video conference with the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control, relevant ministries and agencies, and six provinces... Read more »
COVID-19 patient illegally enters Vietnam from Laos, spreads virus to 2 others

COVID-19 patient illegally enters Vietnam from Laos, spreads virus to 2 others

Authorities in Vietnam have revealed that a COVID-19 patient had got infected with the disease in Laos before crossing the border illegally and transmitted the virus to two other people. The... Read more »
Major Japanese TV brands bow out of Vietnam market

Major Japanese TV brands bow out of Vietnam market

Major Japanese brands have all but disappeared from Vietnam’s television market, unable to compete with South Korean and Chinese brands in terms of technology and price. Read more »
Food paradise in Phu Quoc’s biggest night market

Food paradise in Phu Quoc’s biggest night market

With over 100 stalls reasonably selling all kinds of snacks and local specialties, Phu Quoc night market is no doubt an ideal place to satisfy your palate. Read more »
Malaysia’s GDP fall likely to ease in Q1 on rising exports

Malaysia’s GDP fall likely to ease in Q1 on rising exports

Malaysia’s economy should see a less severe slump in the first quarter of 2021 than it did in the previous three months, on the back of resilient manufacturing activity and... Read more »
“The lordly tree” of silk painting guild

“The lordly tree” of silk painting guild

Starting in the early 20th century, silk painting is one of the fine arts which has been practiced by many local painters. Among them, painter Nguyen Thi Mong Bich is... Read more »
Social distancing imposed on one district in Bac Ninh province due to COVID-19

Social distancing imposed on one district in Bac Ninh province due to COVID-19

The People’s Committee of northern Bac Ninh province has applied social distancing measures throughout Thuan Thanh district , starting from 2pm on May 9, in the face of complex developments... Read more »
Vietnamese airlines assist passengers with ticket refunds amid Covid-19 pandemic

Vietnamese airlines assist passengers with ticket refunds amid Covid-19 pandemic

Passengers will enjoy a refund fee exemption when exchanging from tickets to vouchers. Read more »
China says remnants of rocket landed in Indian Ocean

China says remnants of rocket landed in Indian Ocean

Chinese national television CCTV said Sunday that a large segment of a Chinese Long March 5B Y2 rocket re-entered the Earth's atmosphere and disintegrated over the Indian Ocean. Read more »
Vietnamese Catholics stream services online to curb pandemic

Vietnamese Catholics stream services online to curb pandemic

Catholic churches in central and northern Vietnam have begun streaming services online to lower the risk of spreading the novel coronavirus. Read more »
EU tempers support for vaccine patent waiver

EU tempers support for vaccine patent waiver

The EU has no decision on temporary COVID-19 vaccine patent waiver as more urgent things need to be done, the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said Sunday. Read more »
Buddhists in Vietnam asked to suspend religious crowded services

Buddhists in Vietnam asked to suspend religious crowded services

Abbots of Buddhist pagodas would be responsible for violations of safety measures. Read more »
‘Untie knots’ in Mekong Delta infrastructure growth: PM

‘Untie knots’ in Mekong Delta infrastructure growth: PM

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh Saturday called on Mekong Delta officials to “untie knots’ in infrastructure development, stressing that this was key for the region to fulfill its full... Read more »
Russia celebrates Soviet Union victory in World War 2

Russia celebrates Soviet Union victory in World War 2

More than 30 cities in Russia organized parades on Sunday to celebrate the Soviet Union’s victory in the 2nd World War. Read more »
NFPA helping Vietnam ensure safety, happiness for ethnic minority mothers, child

NFPA helping Vietnam ensure safety, happiness for ethnic minority mothers, child

NFPA helping Vietnam ensure safety, happiness for ethnic minority mothers, child Read more »
Saigon alley cleared as hundreds exposed to man with positive retest found negative for coronavirus

Saigon alley cleared as hundreds exposed to man with positive retest found negative for coronavirus

The isolation of an alley in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 3 due to COVID-19 was lifted on Sunday morning after 342 contacts of a man who had received a... Read more »
Hai Duong province to develop 10 – 15 more industrial parks

Hai Duong province to develop 10 – 15 more industrial parks

Hai Duong is planning to develop an additional 10 - 15 industrial parks (IPs) with the total area of about 5,000ha so that this northern province will become a truly... Read more »
Red-headed cranes migrate to Mekong Delta

Red-headed cranes migrate to Mekong Delta

Red-headed cranes migrate to Mekong Delta Read more »
Bank offers to sell a series of trillion dong mortgaged debts by shares, real estate

Bank offers to sell a series of trillion dong mortgaged debts by shares, real estate

Saigon Thuong Tin Commercial Joint Stock Bank (Sacombank) and Global Partnership Auction Company Group have just auctioned off the debts of a series of 5 clients including Quang Vinh Real... Read more »
Middle East Quartet worry about violence in Jerusalem

Middle East Quartet worry about violence in Jerusalem

Russia, the US, the EU, and the UN, on Saturday said they are deeply concerned about the violence in Israel. Read more »
ADB proposes ending funding for coal power plants

ADB proposes ending funding for coal power plants

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will stop financing new coal power plants, the main source of power supply in developing countries, under a draft energy policy released earlier this... Read more »
Vietnam reports 15 new COVID-19 cases Sunday

Vietnam reports 15 new COVID-19 cases Sunday

The Ministry of Health confirms 15 news COVID-19 cases on Sunday morning, with 6 patients at the Central Hospital for Tropical Diseases in Dong Anh district, 1 in the Central... Read more »
Three arrested for smuggling Chinese nationals into Vietnam

Three arrested for smuggling Chinese nationals into Vietnam

Police have arrested three people in the northern province of Vinh Phuc for smuggling Chinese nationals into Vietnam from China. Read more »
Supply of essential goods during COVID-19 pandemic ensured

Supply of essential goods during COVID-19 pandemic ensured

Localities have mapped out specific scenarios to ensure sufficient supply of essential goods amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more »
Hoa Phat’s steel export volume increases 3.5 fold in April

Hoa Phat’s steel export volume increases 3.5 fold in April

Steel manufacturer Hoa Phat Group sold a total of 869,000 tonnes of steel in April, a surge of 65 percent compared to the same month last year. Read more »
PM tackles border crossings in southwest region

PM tackles border crossings in southwest region

Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính speaks at a conference in the southern province of An Giang on Sunday on preventing illegal entries through border crossings in the Southwest Region. VNA/VNS... Read more »
Vietnamese embassy in Ukraine infected with Covid-19

Vietnamese embassy in Ukraine infected with Covid-19

Up to 13 members of seven families at the Vietnam Embassy in Ukraine have been infected with Covid-19, reported Ambassador Nguyen Hong Thach. According to the ambassador, the embassy has... Read more »
UNFPA helping Vietnam ensure safety, happiness for ethnic minority mothers, children: Representative

UNFPA helping Vietnam ensure safety, happiness for ethnic minority mothers, children: Representative

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has been working closely with relevant ministries and sectors to identify the most effective strategies to assist Vietnam in creating a safe and happy... Read more »
Police verify videos of striptease club, allegedly a COVID-19 cluster, in northern Vietnam

Police verify videos of striptease club, allegedly a COVID-19 cluster, in northern Vietnam

Police in Vinh Phuc Province have launched an investigation after several video clips showing naked female employees at a venue, believed to be a COVID-19 cluster, were shared on social media... Read more »
Vietnam’s upholstered furniture subject to Canadian anti-dumping duties

Vietnam’s upholstered furniture subject to Canadian anti-dumping duties

Certain upholstered domestic seating originating from Vietnam and China now is subject to anti-dumping duties in Canada, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam... Read more »
Lam Dong advises tourists not to visit Da Lat due to pandemic risk

Lam Dong advises tourists not to visit Da Lat due to pandemic risk

Lam Dong advises tourists not to visit Da Lat due to pandemic risk Read more »
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