VOV.VN - Recent times have seen numerous foreign journalists deliver lavish praise for the country’s sustained efforts in slowing the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), with British freelance journalist Georgina Quach stating that the fight against the deadly virus has become a priority for millions of Vietnamese people.
It seems that Vietnam has adapted to a "new normal" state after it reopened the economy in late April.
In his recent story, Mekong Capital CEO Chris Freund looks at Vietnam’s history spanning thousands of years and concludes it is time to reconsider what it means to be a “superpower” country in the world, and that Vietnam can be a new kind of superpower...
VOV.VN - The Vietnamese government has ordered local companies to manufacture ventilators in an effort to bolster the country's defense against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), in addition to other infectious respiratory diseases, according to reputable Japanese financial newspaper Nikkei Asian Review.
VOV.VN - Dr. Kidong Park, the World Health Organisation (WHO) representative to Vietnam, congratulated Vietnam on its initial success in containing the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, but warned the country should continue to be vigilant regarding the potential threat of the disease.
VOV.VN - The National Public Radio (NPR) of the United States has quoted experts who believe that experience in dealing with prior pandemics, early implementation of social distancing, and firm action from political leaders have all contributed to Vietnam having so few novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases with no deaths.
German news agency Deutsche Presse-Agentur (DPA) on April 13 underlined that Vietnam's response to the COVID-19 pandemic can offer lessons to nations struggling to contain the outbreak, noting that “much of Vietnam's success can be ascribed to its social unity”.
Argentina’s e-newspaper OJODIGITAL has recently run an article titled “Coronavirus: Vietnam model, world example” praising Vietnam’s success in controlling the spread of the acute respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19).
VOV.VN - One of the UN Millennium Development Goals is ensuring health care and protecting people against dangerous epidemics. Vietnam and other countries around the world are taking aggressive measures to cope with the COVID-19 epidemic.
On February 27, 1955, late President Ho Chi Minh sent a letter to a conference of health care workers across the country. The 368-word letter asked for three things: to stay honest and united, love patients, and devoted to developing the country’s healthcare sector. Since then February 27 has been known as Vietnamese Doctors’ Day.
Flights departing from epidemic-hit areas in the Republic of Korea (RoK) will land at designated airports in Vietnam in a move to help prevent the spread of the acute respiratory disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19), said the Ministry of Transport on February 26.
VOV.VN - 11 scientists at Vietnam’s National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology (NIHE) have raced against time to cultivate and isolate the new coronavirus (COVID-19) in the lab.
As the novel coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) has resulted in multiple tour cancellations, travel firms have taken innovative measures with special promotions to woo visitors.
VOV.VN - Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and Indonesian President Joko Widodo underlined the need to step up cooperation among ASEAN member states to cope with the acute respiratory disease caused by the latest strain of the novel coronavirus (nCoV) during their telephone talks on February 4.
The health sector of Vietnam is capable of diagnosing, treating and curing patients infected with the acute respiratory disease caused by the 2019 novel coronavirus (nCoV), Deputy Minister of Health Nguyen Truong Son has said.
All travellers entering Vietnam from China must fill out health declaration forms at the border gates from January 25 as part of efforts to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Vietnam's Health Ministry has listed several steps for people to protect themselves from a new pneumonia virus that had killed one in China.
The Vietnamese Ministry of Health is closely monitoring an ongoing severe pneumonia outbreak in central China, as well as taking measures to prevent the virus from entering Vietnam.
The Southern Vietnam Public Health Emergency Operations Centre (SVPHEOC) was inaugurated at the Ho Chi Minh City-based Paster Institute on August 23.
The Vietnamese hospital sector has become more appealing to foreign investors, as more players are about to enter the high-end healthcare segment. Lucien Blanchard, general manager of Hanoi French Hospital, discussed large investment plans to strengthen its sition in the market.