VOV.VN - Another elderly coronavirus patient suffering from chronic kidney failure died in Da Nang late August 22, bringing the country’s death toll caused by the disease to 26.
VOV.VN - Vietnam confirmed two more coronavirus cases during the past 12 hours, both in Da Nang city, the epicenter of the country’s largest coronavirus outbreak, bringing national tally of infections to 1,009.
VOV.VN - The Treatment Sub-Committee of the Ministry of Health reported on August 17 that 13 cases are severe condition and 7 critically ill others run a higher risk of death.
VOV.VN -The Health Center of Hoa Vang district in the central city of Da Nang announced on August 14 that a further five COVID-19 patients have been successfully discharged after making a successful recovery.
VOV.VN - A 53-year-old female patient in central Da Nang city died of serious underlying health conditions and the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), raising Vietnam's count of coronavirus deaths to three in a single day and six in the nation, the Ministry of Health reported on August 2 evening.
VOV.VN - The Ministry of Health on July 15 reported the discovery of eight fresh imported cases from Russia confirmed to have contracted the SARS-CoV-2 virus, taking the total number of infections in the country to 381.
VOV.VN - No new cases of COVID-19 infection in the community were confirmed in the country, leaving the total number of confirmed cases at 369, with 347 (94%) having fully recovered from the virus, the Ministry of Health reported on July 9.
VOV.VN - No further cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) were recorded in the country on July 7, marking the 82nd consecutive day of no fresh community cases, with the total number of infections rising to 369 following the discovery of 14 positive individuals returning from Bangladesh the previous day, according to the Ministry of Health.
VOV.VN - Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has expressed his elation that there has been no new community-acquired infections recorded for 12 consecutive days, even in many of the nation’s high-risk localities.
VOV.VN - The overall number of positive coronavirus cases in Vietnam amounted to 245 after the Ministry of Health reported the discovery of an additional four cases on April 6 afternoon.
VOV.VN -A person has been killed in a traffic collision in Sa Pa on January 6.
VOV.VN -A large fire broke out at a 200 square-meter building used to sell construction materials located at 211 Nguyen Dinh Loc Street, in Dong Dong Town, Cao Loc District, Lang Son province on November 14.
VOV.VN - A large fire broke out at 4pm on June 21 at the QuangNinh Pine Joint Stock Company in UongBi City in the northern province of QuangNinh.
VOV.VN - A large fire broke out on April 5 at a finished product warehouse in Lai Uyen commune, Bau Bang district, in the southern province of Binh Duong.
VOV.VN - There have been approximately 87 traffic accidents in northern Lai Chau Province this year to November 15, leaving 40 dead and more than 90 injured, damaging 80 automobiles and motorbikes with estimated property losses of nearly VND1.2 billion.
Doksuri, the 10th storm arising in the East Sea and the strongest one hitting Vietnam in many years, claimed nine lives, leaving four missing and 112 injured, according to reports from affected localities by 10pm on September 16.
Air pollution fatalities in Vietnam are the second highest in Southeast Asia, a new study has found.
The health sector of the central province of Khanh Hoa is stepping up measures to prevent Zika virus and dengue fever.
The Vietnamese government has revised a decree and increased fines across the board for traffic violations, especially drunk driving, in yet another attempt to reduce the country's high numbers of road crashes and fatalities.
A German automaker’s luxury four-seater car had its front end destroyed after it hit a signpost during a roadshow in central Vietnam.