HCMC records more than 32,000 dengue fever cases

HCMC records more than 32,000 dengue fever cases

Vice Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee Ngo Minh Chau and the city's delegation had a working session with Nha Be District on dengue fever prevention on the afternoon of July 26.
Covid-19 might recur if people neglect vaccination: Deputy PM Vu Duc Dam

Covid-19 might recur if people neglect vaccination: Deputy PM Vu Duc Dam

According to Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam, thanks to Covid-19 vaccines, the disease has been controlled, making people subjective, so the injection of the third and fourth doses tends to slow down. Although the number of new Covid-19 cases has decreased, the risk that the Covid-19 pandemic recurs still lingers if people are reluctant to get vaccinated.

Vietnam documents 1,594 Covid-19 cases on May 15

Vietnam documents 1,594 Covid-19 cases on May 15

A total 1,594 new cases of Covid-19 were recorded in the past 24 hours from 4 p.m. May 13 to 4 p.m. May 15, a reduction of 301 infections from the previous day, according to the Ministry of Health.

Nearly 30,000 sixth-grade students in HCMC vaccinated

Nearly 30,000 sixth-grade students in HCMC vaccinated

Districts and Thu Duc City in Ho Chi Minh City, on the morning of April 16, simultaneously rolled out Covid-19 vaccination at 109 places for sixth-grade students downwards in the city. Moments of both joy and suspense are common sentiments of parents and students.
5K regulation should be revised to suit new situation: Mr. Nguyen Van Nen

5K regulation should be revised to suit new situation: Mr. Nguyen Van Nen

According to Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Van Nen, in the current new normal period, agencies and enterprises have resumed operations, and schools have reopened. Therefore, the health sector needs to have regulations and guidelines in line with reality, including the 5K regulation, to avoid the situation in which regulations cannot be applicable.
Delivery of goods to people less challenging with support of app-based shippers

Delivery of goods to people less challenging with support of app-based shippers

With 20,000 employees of supermarkets and suppliers being granted travel permits and the reappearance of 17,449 app-based shippers eligible to work, the preparation and delivery of goods to people have been less challenging than before. Especially, the efforts of many small food stores to find their own sources of goods have also made the purchases of essential products of people easier.
Enterprises ask for solutions to reduce costs amid Covid-19

Enterprises ask for solutions to reduce costs amid Covid-19

Amid the complicated developments of the Covid-19 pandemic, many enterprises said that they need authorities to research and find solutions to help them reduce costs, especially costs related to the implementation of three-on-site production.