influenza

HCMC prepares 10,000 beds for Covid-19 treatment

HCMC prepares 10,000 beds for Covid-19 treatment

The health sector in HCMC has prepared a plan to deploy 10,000 beds, including 1,000 ICU beds for Covid-19 patients. The Hospital for Tropical Diseases is assigned to be the highest-level hospital to treat severe and critical Covid-19 patients.
China grants 2,426 product codes to Vietnamese enterprises

China grants 2,426 product codes to Vietnamese enterprises

According to the General Administration of Customs of the People's Republic of China (GACC) Decree 248 and Decree 249, Vietnamese enterprises that want to export agricultural products and food to the Chinese market must register and be granted codes for food safety monitoring. By December, China has granted 2,426 product codes to Vietnamese enterprises to export to this market.
Surge in illness relates to immunity debt: Medical worker

Surge in illness relates to immunity debt: Medical worker

There has been a surge in illness and development of many infectious diseases amongst children with records of serious cases in long time. According to medical worker, a surge in illness results from immunity debt.
HCMC records 29 dengue deaths this year

HCMC records 29 dengue deaths this year

The Ho Chi Minh City Center for Disease Control (HCDC) said that in the past week, the number of dengue fever cases decreased by 21.7 percent compared to the average of four weeks ago, but still higher than the same period in previous years. Worse, 29 people succumbed to the disease this year.
Enterprises concerned about losing export momentum

Enterprises concerned about losing export momentum

Total import and export turnover in the first eight months of the year reached US$497 billion, of which export turnover hit $250 billion, up 9.1 percent over the same period last year. However, many enterprises are concerned that technical barriers put up by import markets, combined with a sharp decrease in purchasing power, have had a significant impact on export activities.
Head of the Internal Medicine – Infectious Disease Department of Thong Nhat Hospital Dr. Tran Thi Van Anh is treating flu patients.

Citizens warned of serious flu symptoms

The weather in Ho Chi Minh City is changed rapidly and unexpectedly between intense heat waves and sudden rain. This has led to an increase in the number of people catching seasonal influenza with mild or severe symptoms.

HCMC determines to live with the Omicron variant

HCMC determines to live with the Omicron variant

In recent days, the number of Covid-19 cases in Ho Chi Minh City has continuously increased, mainly due to the Omicron variant. Experts said that this new wave of the coronavirus pandemic is more like seasonal flu; city administrations determine to live with the Omicron variant.