Read what is in the news today:
— Vietnam’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Transport, and representative offices in the United States are actively working to assist national carrier Vietnam Airlines in clearing necessary procedures and looking for suitable options to bring Vietnamese citizens in the U.S. back home at the earliest possible date, the foreign ministry said on Sunday.
— Vietnam logged no new cases of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on Monday morning. The national tally remains at 271, with 219 recoveries.
— Vietnam’s Company for Vaccine and Biological Production No.1 (VABIOTECH), a state-owned enterprise under the Ministry of Health, has begun testing its COVID-19 vaccine on lab mice, joining around 70-80 COVID-19 vaccine developers in the world that have reached this stage, its director has said.
— The Central Inspection Commission of the Communist Party of Vietnam concluded at a meeting on Sunday that Quang Ngai Province’s Party chief Le Viet Chu and chairman Tran Ngoc Cang had had “serious violations and shortcomings” in their leadership and direction in the management of land, state budget, public investment projects, and human resources, which calls for disciplinary action.
— Roads connecting Ho Chi Minh City with neighboring Dong Nai Province and the Mekong Delta region were heavily congested on Sunday afternoon as droves of people headed back to the southern metropolis for work after a four-day holiday break.
— All people arriving from abroad in Ho Chi Minh City will from now on be quarantined at centralized facilities and sampled for COVID-19 testing four times — on the first, fifth, tenth, and last day of their mandatory 14-day quarantine period — instead of just two times on the first and last day as before, the municipal Center for Disease Control said on Sunday.
— Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on Sunday attended a ceremony to inaugurate a VND1.4 trillion (US$60.2 million) interchange south of Binh Bridge and the Bac Son – Nam Hai arterial road in the northern city of Hai Phong, aiming to connect the northern port city’s eastern and western areas.
— A photo of the Golden Bridge in Da Nang has defeated over 10,000 submissions to win the top prize of $1,000 in the #Architecture2020 photography contest hosted by photo app Agora, which asked photographers to send in snaps of their favorite man-made structures.
— Students in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, and Da Nang are among those returning to school for the first time on Monday after a three-month school closure due to COVID-19.
— The novel coronavirus has infected over 3.56 million people and killed more than 248,100 others around the world, according to statistics. More than 1.15 million patients have recovered from the disease.
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