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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.

Various policies adopted to support poor students

Various policies adopted to support poor students

Amid the ongoing Covid-19, many schools have spent tens of billions of dong to support students affected by the pandemic in addition to savings and increased investment in infrastructure for online teaching for the school year 2021-2022.
Underprivileged students in Phu Nhuan District given devices for online learning

Underprivileged students in Phu Nhuan District given devices for online learning

The Phu Nhuan District’s Youth Union visited and gave textbooks, notebooks, and devices for online learning to underprivileged students in the district on the morning of September 5, the opening day of the new school year, in the context that Ho Chi Minh City has been implementing stricter social distancing to prevent and control the Covid-19 pandemic.
HCMC adopts solutions to help students for online learning

HCMC adopts solutions to help students for online learning

According to the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Education and Training’s statistics on September 3, tens of thousands of students don’t have laptops or smartphones for online learning as the new school year is going to begin in the next few days.
Publishers speeding up delivery of textbook for new school year

Publishers speeding up delivery of textbook for new school year

Presently, many parents are worrying because they have not been able to buy textbooks for their children dung strict social distancing. Publishers such as Fahasa, Phuong Nam Book are speeding up the delivery of textbooks to schools or home delivery according to the online registration of parents.
HCMC authorities approve to keep tuition fees to share difficulties

HCMC authorities approve to keep tuition fees to share difficulties

Director of Ho Chi Minh City Department of Education and Training Nguyen Van Hieu said that the People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City has approved the Department’s proposal to maintains the tuition fee rate of the 2020-2021 school year to share difficulties and reduce financial burdens with parents affected by the Covid-19 epidemic.
HCMC proposes no opening ceremony for new school year

HCMC proposes no opening ceremony for new school year

In its yesterday document to the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee upon the plan for the new school year 2021- 2022, the city Department of Education and Training proposed no opening ceremony of the new school year but online teaching soon.
Textbooks proposed to include in groups of essential goods

Textbooks proposed to include in groups of essential goods

The Ministry of Education and Training proposed localities to create favorable conditions for the transportation and supply of textbooks to schools and students to promptly prepare for the new school year 2021-2022.