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Exports of some farm produce via Lao Cai border gate surge in Q1

Exports of some farm produce via Lao Cai border gate surge in Q1

Exports of several kinds of farm produce to China via Lao Cai border gate (the northern border province of Lao Cai) increased in the first quarter of this year despite the COVID-19 pandemic, said deputy head of the border gate’s customs branch Tran Anh Tu on April 1.

Each individual is fighter against pandemic

Each individual is fighter against pandemic

VOV.VN - As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc called for a stronger response from the public, the political system, sectors, and localities, in complying with the advice of health officials and local authorities.

11 more positive COVID-19 cases make full recovery

11 more positive COVID-19 cases make full recovery

VOV.VN - An additional 11 patients who were suffering from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have completely recovered from the epidemic, as announced by the National Hospital for Tropical Diseases in Dong Anh district of Hanoi on April 2.

Global pharma groups push on with operations

Global pharma groups push on with operations

Despite having risk management solutions to ensure drug import continuity to Vietnam in response to EU border closures, international pharma giants Sanofi, Zuellig Pharma, Adamed, and Novartis are closely monitoring the situation due to the potential direct impacts on long-term supply security.

“Happy At Home” campaign sees online concerts go viral

"Happy At Home" campaign sees online concerts go viral

VOV.VN - A large number of Vietnamese artists have participated in a series of online concerts that last the entire day as a way of encouraging citizens to stay indoors in an attempt to combat the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Irish tourists pen heartfelt message following quarantine period

Irish tourists pen heartfelt message following quarantine period

VOV.VN - Two tourists from Ireland have displayed their sincere thanks to Vietnamese medical workers for the assistance provided to the pair during their compulsory 14-day quarantine period in the central province of Nghe An which came about as a result of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic.

Floundering service sector threatens mass unemployment

Floundering service sector threatens mass unemployment

With restaurant and café chains struggling with dropping revenues and downsizing amid the spreading pandemic, thousands of employees in the service sector will be out of their jobs, which will likely increases risks related to social security.