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COVID-19: Six more cases, one more death recorded

COVID-19: Six more cases, one more death recorded

VOV.VN - The Ministry of Health confirmed a further six coronavirus cases and one fatality related to COVID-19 on August 10 evening, lifting the overall number of infections to 847, and death toll to 14.

340 Vietnamese citizens return safely from Australia

340 Vietnamese citizens return safely from Australia

VOV.VN - Vietnam Airlines, in collaboration with relevant Vietnamese and Australian agencies, has brought home 340 Vietnamese citizens left stranded in Australia due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Over 240 citizens brought home from Singapore

Over 240 citizens brought home from Singapore

Relevant agencies of Vietnam, the Vietnamese Embassy in Singapore and the Vietjet Air on July 25 coordinated with competent Singaporean agencies to bring home over 240 Vietnamese citizens from the country.

More than 300 Vietnamese citizens brought home safely

More than 300 Vietnamese citizens brought home safely

Implementing the direction of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Vietnamese relevant agencies, representative agencies in Europe and Africa and national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines on May 23 and 24 coordinated with host authorities to conduct flighs bringing home safely over 300 Vietnamese citizens.

Flight from Malaysia to Vietnam reveals 67th COVID-19 case

Flight from Malaysia to Vietnam reveals 67th COVID-19 case

VOV.VN - The Ministry of Health on March 18 confirmed the 67th case of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) infection - a 36-year old male patient who was travelling from Malaysia to Ho Chi Minh City on the same flight as the 61st case.

Air medical service debuted in HCM City

Air medical service debuted in HCM City

The Hospital for Traumatology and Orthopaedics under the Military Hospital 175 in HCM City held a pilot medical helicopter trial on November 8.

Airport development key to socio-economic development

Airport development key to socio-economic development

Airports with modern infrastructure that can serve as international hubs had the potential to become major drivers for national socio-economic development, said experts at a recent conference held to discuss the sustainable development of Vietnam’s airports in Hanoi.