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.
According to the enrollment schedule of the Ministry of Education and Training, universities have to complete the download of virtual filter results and conduct the final admission exam from 16:30 to 17:30 on September 15 to announce its qualifying scores as well the list of successful candidates with high scores in the high school graduation exam scores in 2021.
In response to the Prime Minister’s call for donations to the program “Internet and PCs for students”, benefactors continue to give computer software and equipment to teachers and students nationwide to facilitate online teaching.
The education sector in Ho Chi Minh City has launched a program to donate computers to help kids with a return to online learning because according to primary statistics, approximately 77,000 students in the southern metropolis don’t have computers for remote learning.
HCMC administration has issued urgent direction on tasks in the academic year 2021-2022 for educational institutions in the city with the goal “Education in HCMC overcomes the coronavirus pandemic to develop steadily".
Yesterday, nearly 700,000 students from grades 6 to 12 in Ho Chi Minh City began their first school day of the new school year. Many schools have had flexible backup plans to keep online learning going through the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.