Ministries unify vaccination data

Ministries unify vaccination data

The Ministry of Health, on the evening of October 16, informed that the National Covid-19 Case Management System recorded 3,221 new infections in the past 24 hours. Of which, ten were imported, and 3,211 were infected domestically, down 578 cases compared to the previous day, in 47 provinces and cities, including 1,172 community transmission cases.
Citizens are shopping in Emart Supermarket in Go Vap District on October 13. (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC safely, enthusiastically welcoming new normal status

Ho Chi Minh City, after fifteen days implementing Directive No.18 by HCMC People’s Committee and now Resolution No.128/NQ-CP by the Government, has witnessed impressive socio-economic recoveries. Meanwhile, the numbers of new Covid-19 infected cases and deaths continuously decrease. HCMC is gradually recovering from the severe outbreak.

HCMC has many policies to support enterprises recover production

HCMC has many policies to support enterprises recover production

Vice Chairwoman of Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee Phan Thi Thang said that the central government and the city would have many policies to support establishments and enterprises to restore production and business activities.
Chairwoman of HCMC People’s Council Nguyen Thi Le is distributing the certificate of contribution to various local teams and organizations for their devotion to Covid-19 fight. (Photo: SGGP)

District 3 determinedly maintains green areas, working force

District 3 of Ho Chi Minh City must call upon the cooperation of all residents to maintain its green Covid-19 safety area and working force in order for economy recovery, said Chairwoman of HCMC People’s Council Nguyen Thi Le in the district’s meeting to review Covid-19 prevention and control tasks yesterday.

Chip-based citizen ID card to include much essential personal information

Chip-based citizen ID card to include much essential personal information

The Ministry of Public Security is collaborating with the Transport Ministry, Vietnam Social Security and other ministries, state units to integrate more essential personal information into the chip attached on a citizen ID card, including Covid-19-related data.

HCMC building coordination plan to facilitate workers' return to factories

HCMC building coordination plan to facilitate workers' return to factories

Enterprises are looking forward to the day Ho Chi Minh City reopens to restore production but cannot help worry about a labor shortage and safe conditions for operations and production. That is also the concern of a large number of workers who have been unemployed for many months and are longing for the day they return to work.
Social security maintenance tasks are put at the top priority to support vulnerable people in HCMC during the pandemic. (Photo: SGGP)

Cyber fake news wrecking havoc on HCMC’s efforts to control pandemic

Ho Chi Minh City is still in the middle of the fierce fight against Covid-19, and has achieved certain encouraging results thanks to the close cooperation between the municipal authorities and the community. Sadly, in the cyber environment, there are some hostile forces or people with low consciousness purposely spreading Covid-19-related fake news on social networks to worry the public and harm this fight.