Deputy Director if HCMC Department of Information and Communications Vo Thi Trung Trinh shared that her department has already submitted a report of the kit to HCMC People’s Committee for a formal approval. Meanwhile, related units are trying to perfect the kit in hope of better contributing to the final victory against Covid-19 in Vietnam. … [Read more...] about Technologies boosting ability to fight Covid-19 in Vietnam
Among rising stocks, the financial service provider TCH did not earn impressive growth but the stock has still maintained its slight gain with active trading since it was added to the basket. Closing, TCH improved 0.2% to VND20,550 with matching volume of nearly 2.6 million shares. … [Read more...] about Bluechips shine bright, propping up stock market
Samsung’s mobile phones and phone parts are getting more sophisticated and smaller, which change every six months. It is a challenge for Vietnamese enterprises to renovate production lines and technologies, which requires huge capital. “If Vietnamese vendors can provide products with quality, meeting requirements, and at stable reasonable prices, there won’t be a reason for Samsung to refuse to buy products from them,” he said. … [Read more...] about How do VN businesses join the global supply chain?
The woman, Đặng Thị Phú, a resident from Nghệ An Province’s Diễn Châu District, was travelling with her husband, her sister and her daughter from Dĩ An Station (Bình Dương Province) to Vinh Station (Nghệ An Province) when she went into labour. … [Read more...] about Snakes on a plane? No, baby on a train
Hanoi (VNA) - The Ministry of Health predicted more new COVID-19 cases in the community nationwide from unknown sources in the coming days. Speaking at the Government’s meeting on August 12 with 15 localities which recorded COVID-19 infections since late July, a representative of the health ministry said although the transmission in the central city of Da Nang has been gradually contained with a decreasing number of new cases in recent days, there is still a high risk of infection in the community in other places. Cases linked to Da Nang were mostly from hospitals which have been locked down since the first case was detected and from people in close contact with positive cases. All 17 fatalities so far have had underlying medical conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, heart and renal failures, as well as cancer. There will be more deaths from those diseases, according to the ministry. Chairing the meeting, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said localities and … [Read more...] about Ministry warns of infections from unknown sources in coming days