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Cyber fake news criminals in HCMC during pandemic fight identified

Cyber fake news criminals in HCMC during pandemic fight identified

Lately in Ho Chi Minh City, there has been cyber fake news relating to the fight against Covid-19, leaving the community confused and even anxious. After careful tracking, the functional agencies of the city have been able to pinpoint the criminals.
HCMC ready to give Covid-19 vaccine to other provinces for vaccination roll-out

HCMC ready to give Covid-19 vaccine to other provinces for vaccination roll-out

Ho Chi Minh City still has enough covid-19 vaccine; therefore, it is willing to distribute to neighboring provinces for vaccination roll-out, said Nguyen Hong Tam, deputy director of the city's Center for Disease Control (HCDC) at a periodical press brief yesterday organized by the city Steering Board for Prevention and Control of Covid-19.
Prepping conditions to welcome investment waves

Prepping conditions to welcome investment waves

Foreign investors still have high expectations for Vietnam's investment environment despite facing many difficulties at the moment due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Currently, there are still many solutions and ways to improve foreign investment attraction and prepare conditions to be ready to welcome the investment wave in the new normal.
Tourism sector expects to revive operations soon: Minister

Tourism sector expects to revive operations soon: Minister

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) is looking forward to quickly resume operations of the tourism industry which was battered by the Covid-19 pandemic, Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Nguyen Van Hung has said.
Vietnam adds more anti-Covid-19 drug

Vietnam adds more anti-Covid-19 drug

In its treatment guidelines, the Vietnamese Ministry of Health has added some more anti-Covid-19 drugs for the treatment of over-12-year-old patients who have contracted the Coronavirus.

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Spokeswoman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Lê Thị Thu Hằng at the press briefing on Thursday. Photo courtesy of the ministry

Vietnam keeps close watch on developments in East Sea: spokeswoman

Vietnamese relevant agencies always keep a close watch on developments in the East Sea, and Vietnam has full historical evidence and legal foundations to affirm its sovereignty over Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagos in accordance with international law, spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Le Thi Thu Hang has affirmed.

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Business

The customs force in Ho Chi Minh City is checking imports and exports while observing Covid-19 prevention and control measures. (Photo: haiquanhochiminh.gov.vn)

VN saves billions of US dollar thanks to improved customs clearance procedure

Vietnam Customs yesterday announced that because of time reduction in customs clearance procedures for import and export goods, Vietnamese businesses have been able to save over US$3.28 billion in both direct and indirect costs. This is the result of the survey ‘Cross-border Commercial Transaction Index 2020’ for trading environment improvement, national competitiveness increase.

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Cyber fake news criminals in HCMC during pandemic fight identified

Lately in Ho Chi Minh City, there has been cyber fake news relating to the fight against Covid-19, leaving the community confused and even anxious. After careful tracking, the functional agencies of the city have been able to pinpoint the criminals.

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The drive-thru coronavirus testing station is placed at the Mega Market in Thu Duc City’s An Phu Ward. (Photo: SGGP)

Drive-thru Covid-19 testing service launched in HCMC

The drive-thru Covid-19 testing service offering quick, safe and convenient test for people to help limit the spread of Covid-19 has been launched by the FV Hospital in HCMC’s Thu Duc City.

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Lifestyle

Vung Tau fishermen finally set sails after Covid hiatus

After two months docking their ships due to Covid-19 protocols, nearly 300 fishermen at Phuoc Hai fishing village in Ba Ria – Vung Tau set sail first thing in the morning on September 19.