Clearing up telecom waste would also pave the way for new telecom services like mobile money, which uses telecom accounts to pay, said Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Phan Tam at a recent conference. … [Read more...] about MIC to conduct a large-scale inspection on junk SIM cards
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According to Deputy Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Le Van Thanh, 16 of the 219 Vietnamese labourers in the host country tested positive for the coronavirus virus and 20 were suspected to have the virus late June. They have been quarantined and treated in line with local regulations. … [Read more...] about PM orders repatriating Vietnamese labourers in Equatorial Guinea immediately
The management board of students dorm in Thu Duc District has released a warning of rove beetle. The board encouraged students to clear bush and spray disinfectants to kill the insect following students’ complaint of appearance of the insect in the evening. Many students have been absent from classes as they were hospitalized. … [Read more...] about Doctors warn of rove beetles’ attack
Follow its promise “Passion for Better”, SCG has always contributed to the development of community where it operates. In recent months, the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted seriously both local economy and the lives of people across the country. Therefore, SCG and its subsidiaries have taken initiatives to support various communities during the difficult time, such as donating cash; medical equipment including medical masks, face shields, hand sanitizers, disinfectant spray; and food for medical staffs with values up to seven billion dong. … [Read more...] about SCG Three decades for quality of life in Vietnam
“If you remain afraid that I would get hurt and did not teach me how to walk, I would never know how to walk for my whole life,” he added. “If you remain afraid that I would fall and did not teach me how to stand up, I may never mature.” … [Read more...] about 18-year-olds in Vietnam – P1: Are they still kids to parents?