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Vietnam yet to declare itself COVID-19 free: health official

Vietnam yet to declare itself COVID-19 free: health official

VOV.VN - Vietnam has yet to consider the time to declare itself clear of the coronavirus as the risk of infection remains and the pandemic shows no signs of waning globally, according to Deputy Minister of Health Do Xuan Tuyen.

Health Ministry calls for greater spread of information on COVID-19

Health Ministry calls for greater spread of information on COVID-19

VOV.VN - Deputy Minister of Health Do Xuan Tuyen has suggested that there should be a focus on providing accurate and timely information relating to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic and preventive measures while strictly handling cases of posting inaccurate news.

Khanh Hoa eligible to be declared free from COVID-19: Health Ministry

Khanh Hoa eligible to be declared free from COVID-19: Health Ministry

VOV.VN - The south central province of Khanh Hoa has gone 30 days without any new cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) emerging and is currently completing the process of being declared free from the epidemic, according to Deputy Minister of Health Do Xuan Tuyen.

Face mask litterers to be fined

Face mask litterers to be fined

The Ministry of Health has proposed to issue a fine of up to VND7m for people who leave face masks in unsuitable places.

Vietnam proactive in response to nCoV

Vietnam proactive in response to nCoV

VOV.VN - In face of the new coronavirus, the Vietnamese government, ministries, sectors, and localities have implemented proactive response measures to prevent and treat infected people.

Vietnam detects visitors from China displaying signs of fever

Vietnam detects visitors from China displaying signs of fever

VOV.VN - Vietnam’s recently-installed infectious disease surveillance system successfully detected two visitors from Wuhan, China, that were showing signs of fever upon their arrival at Da Nang International Airport on January 14 through a remote body temperature scanner, according to the Department of Preventive Medicine under the Ministry of Health.