Ministry requests probe into attacks on “green lane” vehicle registration website
Ministry requests probe into attacks on “green lane” vehicle registration website

The Ministry of Transport on July 27 asked the Ministry of Public Security to launch an investigation into cyber attacks on the website for national registration of “green lane” status granted to vehicles transporting essential goods, saying attackers must receive stringent punishment.

Ministry requests probe into attacks on “green lane” vehicle registration website

Ministry requests probe into attacks on “green lane” vehicle registration website

The Ministry of Transport on July 27 asked the Ministry of Public Security to launch an investigation into cyber attacks on the website for national registration of “green lane” status granted to vehicles transporting essential goods, saying attackers must receive stringent punishment.

COVID stalls personnel hiring, but demand set to zoom: employment firm
COVID stalls personnel hiring, but demand set to zoom: employment firm

Insurance, banking and securities are among the industries with the highest hiring needs in the third quarter of the year, according to job services provider Navigos Group.

COVID stalls personnel hiring, but demand set to zoom: employment firm

COVID stalls personnel hiring, but demand set to zoom: employment firm

Insurance, banking and securities are among the industries with the highest hiring needs in the third quarter of the year, according to job services provider Navigos Group.

Photo exhibition sheds light on AO/dioxin disaster in Vietnam
Photo exhibition sheds light on AO/dioxin disaster in Vietnam

A photo exhibition on six decades of the Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin disaster in Vietnam took place in the northern port city of Hai Phong on July 27.

Photo exhibition sheds light on AO/dioxin disaster in Vietnam

Photo exhibition sheds light on AO/dioxin disaster in Vietnam

A photo exhibition on six decades of the Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin disaster in Vietnam took place in the northern port city of Hai Phong on July 27.

Vietnamese in Malaysia donate to COVID-19 vaccine fund
Vietnamese in Malaysia donate to COVID-19 vaccine fund

The Embassy of Vietnam in Malaysia on July 27 received a cash donation worth MYR13,130, or about US$3,100, from the local Vietnamese women’s union to the national COVID-19 vaccine fund.

Vietnamese in Malaysia donate to COVID-19 vaccine fund

Vietnamese in Malaysia donate to COVID-19 vaccine fund

The Embassy of Vietnam in Malaysia on July 27 received a cash donation worth MYR13,130, or about US$3,100, from the local Vietnamese women’s union to the national COVID-19 vaccine fund.

COVID-19: Daily count hits nearly 8,000, HCM City records 6,318
COVID-19: Daily count hits nearly 8,000, HCM City records 6,318

VOV.VN - Vietnam has confirmed an additional 5,159 locally transmitted coronavirus cases in 29 cities and provinces nationwide during the past 12 hours, raising its daily count to 7,913.

COVID-19: Daily count hits nearly 8,000, HCM City records 6,318

COVID-19: Daily count hits nearly 8,000, HCM City records 6,318

VOV.VN - Vietnam has confirmed an additional 5,159 locally transmitted coronavirus cases in 29 cities and provinces nationwide during the past 12 hours, raising its daily count to 7,913.

Japan transfers COVID-19 vaccine tech to Vietnam
Japan transfers COVID-19 vaccine tech to Vietnam

VOV.VN - A Japanese drug maker has signed a deal on COVID-19 vaccine technology transfer with two Vietnamese companies, according to Dr. Nguyen Ngo Quang, deputy director of the Department of Science, Technology and Training.

Japan transfers COVID-19 vaccine tech to Vietnam

Japan transfers COVID-19 vaccine tech to Vietnam

VOV.VN - A Japanese drug maker has signed a deal on COVID-19 vaccine technology transfer with two Vietnamese companies, according to Dr. Nguyen Ngo Quang, deputy director of the Department of Science, Technology and Training.

All medical resources must be mobilised to fight COVID-19 in HCM City: Deputy PM
All medical resources must be mobilised to fight COVID-19 in HCM City: Deputy PM

The efficiency must be placed first and all medical resources must be mobilised to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, regardless of public or private, military or civilian, central or local level.

All medical resources must be mobilised to fight COVID-19 in HCM City: Deputy PM

All medical resources must be mobilised to fight COVID-19 in HCM City: Deputy PM

The efficiency must be placed first and all medical resources must be mobilised to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, regardless of public or private, military or civilian, central or local level.

Hanoi capital offers market coupons amid rising COVID-19 threats
Hanoi capital offers market coupons amid rising COVID-19 threats

VOV.VN - A local administration of Hanoi capital has begun applying a market coupon policy to its residents in order to limit gatherings and contact amid an increase in COVID-19 infection cases in the community.

Hanoi capital offers market coupons amid rising COVID-19 threats

Hanoi capital offers market coupons amid rising COVID-19 threats

VOV.VN - A local administration of Hanoi capital has begun applying a market coupon policy to its residents in order to limit gatherings and contact amid an increase in COVID-19 infection cases in the community.

Youths pay tribute to fallen soldiers on martyrs' day
Youths pay tribute to fallen soldiers on martyrs' day

VOV.VN - Incense sticks and candles have been burned at martyrs’ cemeteries across Dien Bien Phu city of Dien Bien province, a former revolutionary base, in order to commemorate fallen soldiers on Vietnam War Invalids and Martyrs Day (July 27).

Youths pay tribute to fallen soldiers on martyrs' day

Youths pay tribute to fallen soldiers on martyrs' day

VOV.VN - Incense sticks and candles have been burned at martyrs’ cemeteries across Dien Bien Phu city of Dien Bien province, a former revolutionary base, in order to commemorate fallen soldiers on Vietnam War Invalids and Martyrs Day (July 27).

Nearly 2,000 more patients recover from COVID-19 in HCM City hotspot
Nearly 2,000 more patients recover from COVID-19 in HCM City hotspot

VOV.VN - As many as 1,955 COVID-19 patients were discharged from hospital in Ho Chi Minh City on July 26 after making a full recovery from the disease, according to the HCM City Centre of Disease Control (HCDC).

Nearly 2,000 more patients recover from COVID-19 in HCM City hotspot

Nearly 2,000 more patients recover from COVID-19 in HCM City hotspot

VOV.VN - As many as 1,955 COVID-19 patients were discharged from hospital in Ho Chi Minh City on July 26 after making a full recovery from the disease, according to the HCM City Centre of Disease Control (HCDC).