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45th COVID-19 case comes from HCM City

45th COVID-19 case comes from HCM City

VOV.VN - The Ministry of Health on March 13 confirmed the 45th case of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) infection in Vietnam with the latest patient being a male who had previously come into close contact with the 34th COVID-19 patient.

More negative results for suspected COVID-19 cases

More negative results for suspected COVID-19 cases

VOV.VN - A female Vietnamese student who arrived in the country after traveling to Ho Chi Minh City from London on Vietnam Airlines’ flight VN50 recorded a negative test result for the SARs-CoV-2 virus on March 12, according to the International Health Quarantine Center of Ho Chi Minh City.

HCM City tracks UK passenger on Flight VN0054

HCM City tracks UK passenger on Flight VN0054

The Ho Chi Minh City Centre for Disease Control and Prevention announced on March 11 that it is tracking a passenger from the UK on Flight VN0054 who had close contact with the 17th COVID-19 patient in Vietnam.

Craft villages benefit from e-commerce

Craft villages benefit from e-commerce

VOV.VN - In recent years, craft villages in Ho Chi Minh City have introduced their products on online trading platforms. This has helped the villages trade efficiently and assert their brand value.

HCM City: February retail sales, service revenue drop

HCM City: February retail sales, service revenue drop

Total retail sales of goods and service revenue in Ho Chi Minh City approximated 239.27 trillion VND (10.4 billion USD) in February, down 5.4 percent month on month but up 11.2 percent year on year.

HCM City draws up specific policies for large firms

HCM City draws up specific policies for large firms

HCM City plans to draw up specific policies for firms having capital of more than VND100 billion (US$4.3 million) in the first quarter of this year, and has committed to create more favourable conditions for enterprises.

Japan finances HCM City’s upgrade of sewer system

Japan finances HCM City’s upgrade of sewer system

The Japanese Government will provide a non-refundable aid worth 1.88 billion JPY (16.84 million USD) for Ho Chi Minh City to upgrade its existing sewerage system using trenchless technologies.