VOV.VN -All sites set to host examinations throughout Hanoi were thoroughly cleaned and sterilised with disinfectant on August 6 in an effort to combat the spread of COVID-19 epidemic.
Thousands of volunteers, mainly youngsters and students, donated blood at the “Giot hong tri an” (Grateful Red Drops) blood donation festival in Hanoi on August 2.
VOV.VN -All crowded events and entertainment activities taking place on pedestrian streets in the centre of Hanoi have been halted in a bid to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Hanoi should focus on improving its infrastructure system while hastening administrative reforms to attract investors eyeing Vietnam amid the global production shift, experts have said.
Though local F&B businesses don't want social distancing to return in August, the experiences they had in April are helping them prepare.
Starting on August 1, all bars, karaoke venues and roadside stalls will have to close and large gatherings are banned in Hanoi, the city’s authorities announced on July 31 morning, as the country has reported tens of locally-transmitted COVID-19 cases over the past days.
VOV.VN - An additional four novel coronavirus (COVID-19) patients were released from hospital on July 31, boosting the country’s total number of recovered cases to 373.
VOV.VN - Local authorities in Hanoi capital have performed an array of quick tests on all people returning from Da Nang city in a bid to halt the transmission of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) among the wider community.
The Hanoi Department of Taxation has worked with software solution providers to support businesses in introducing e-invoices, towards the target that all local companies will switch to e-invoices from late September.
VOV.VN - Hanoi capital is conducting an extensive COVID-19 testing campaign as more than 21,000 people have returned to the capital city from Da Nang, a coronavirus hotspot in central Vietnam.
The National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control on July 29 ordered tightening supervision over the pandemic in all localities nationwide, with special attention to be given to people who travelled through sites now under lockdown in central Da Nang city.
VOV.VN - Local authorities began to disinfect large parts of Me Tri ward in Nam Tu Liem district and a pizza restaurant on Tran Thai Tong street in Cau Giay district on July 29 following the detection of a suspected positive case of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
VOV.VN - Numerous local people can be seen not wearing face masks in public areas, including transport hubs such as bus and railway stations, around Hanoi despite the recent novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the centre of the country.
VOV.VN -The capital welcomed approximately 1.2 million visitors throughout July, representing a 51.2% rise compared to the previous month, according to data released by the Hanoi Municipal Department of Tourism.
VOV.VN -Air quality in the capital has once again worsened to dangerous levels after it previously improved for a short period of time.
Tall buildings in Hanoi shook as a 5.3-magnitude earthquake hit Sơn La Province at around 12.14pm local time on July 27.
VOV.VN - Hundreds of border guards, in addition to eight mobile teams, have been placed on duty around the clock to monitor 74 border checkpoints across major border routes in an effort to prevent future illegal border crossings.
Up to 99.2% of Hanoians aged above 15 are literate, the highest level among the country’s 63 provinces and cities, according to a report of the municipal Party Committee on the city’s education and training.
An event was held in Hanoi on July 25 to express gratitude to Vietnamese Heroic Mothers nationwide, which was among the activities marking the 73rd War Invalids and Martyrs’ Day (July 27).
A workshop will take place in Hanoi on July 30 to discuss cross-border e-commerce with Amazon and opportunities for exports, according to the Hanoi Department of Industry and Trade.