VOV.VN - No coronavirus cases have been reported in Vietnam during the past 12 hours, and the country has gone through 99 days in a row without new locally transmitted infections, the Ministry of Health said on July 24.
VOV.VN - The COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone. Since the peak of the pandemic, consumers in Vietnam’s cities have changed their buying habits.
VOV.VN - The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs has requested that all firms or organisations that send Vietnamese labourers abroad must ensure that stringent preventive measures are carried out in order to fight against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
VOV.VN - Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on June 2 requested ministries and localities to work harder in an attempt to cushion the negative impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and to fulfil the development targets set for this year at the highest levels possible.
VOV.VN - The Globe and Mail, one of Canada’s most prestigious online new outlets, published an article on May 27 titled "With zero pandemic deaths, Vietnam sets the standard for COVID-19 fight", opening with an image of domestic Vietnamese football to showcase the nation’s openness.
With success in containing the spread of COVID-19, Vietnam now holds advantages in economic recovery, according to former Deputy Prime Minister Vu Khoan.
Vietnamese firms need to diversify their overseas markets and improve their strengths to capitalise on opportunities after the COVID-19 pandemic ends, a recent online seminar heard in Ho Chi Minh City.
VOV.VN - Vietnam has recorded no new locally transmitted coronavirus cases during the past 24 hours, marking the 35th straight day the country has seen no new community infections, the Ministry of Health said in its May 21 morning update.
When some social distancing measures were lifted in HCMC as no new cases of the coronavirus pandemic had been found, Saigon has come to life again in one way or another.
VOV.VN - With travel hubs such as bus stations attempting to adapt to a “new normal” following the lifting of the social distancing order, inter-provincial passenger buses remain quiet as passengers choose to stay away.
VOV.VN - The capital city of Hanoi, which was most affected by the novel coronavirus epidemic (COVID-19) in the country, has begun easing restrictions cautiously to adapt to the ‘new normal’ practice.
Key industries like textiles, footwear, electronics, food and seafood processing must be prioritised for support in the “new normal” situation, said Truong Thanh Hoai, Director of the Industry Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
VOV.VN - Streets across Vietnam are gradually becoming more crowded with some restaurants choosing to re-open on April 23 as it starts to ease itself out of social distancing measures and attempts to adapt to the “new normal” of the reality of daily life after the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic has been brought under control.
VOV.VN - Vietnam started easing social distancing measures on April 23 and adapting to “new normal” after the novel coronavirus epidemic (COVID-19) was under control.