31st Sea Games - Vietnam 2021 Covid-19 Pandemic
Hanoi stops all businesses on the railway: Officials
The city is set to close all shops and prohibit tourism activities along the railway until further notice to assure traffic safety and the lives of people.
07:39, 2022/39/27
[Infographic]How to celebrate Tet holiday safely in the pandemic
Tet celebration this year will be very different given the impacts of the pandemic.
18:05, 2022/05/01
Hanoi targets to welcome 12 million visitors in 2022
The city is strengthening linkages, promoting cooperation, sharing information, and supporting localities together to gear up tourism recovery.
13:58, 2021/58/05
Gender equality through contest: providing a safe learning in cyberspace
Improving public awareness of safety and gender equality in cyberspace has become urgent and necessary.
15:27, 2021/27/31
Vietnamese Prime Minister requires report on Irish recall of instant noodles containing EO
Two products of Acecook Vietnam JSC were recalled by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland.
12:10, 2021/10/17
Expats show positive sentiment on fight against Covid-19 in Vietnam
The brand of Vietnam was already very positive before the Covid-19 crisis and has only been further enhanced by how the country has handled the challenges
10:49, 2021/49/12
Vietnam to ensure safety for national exam amid Covid-19 resurgence
Candidates who are infected with the novel coronavirus will be exempted from taking the exam and automatically recognized as graduates.
12:10, 2021/10/22
Hanoi Mayor urges enterprises to put health, safety as utmost priority
The Hanoi Mayor expected local firms to accelerate the digital transformation process, which remains the city’s priority for development in the next five years.
09:23, 2020/23/31
Hanoi ensures safety for new academic year amid Covid-19 pandemic
schools need to perform general cleaning and disinfection before the first day of the school year and maintain daily disinfection.
22:50, 2020/50/03
Vietnam PM okays national high school exams amid Covid-19 resurgence
Test-takers from localities not constrained by social distancing orders would take the exams on August 8-10 as planned, while those who are quarantined or living in areas under lockdown can take them later.
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