Health professionals working in Binh Duong province stated on April 4 that they have quarantined a total of 35 people who had previously come into close contact with Lee Kyu Nam, an expert working for Sung Gwang Vina Co. Ltd. in Tan Uyen town. Lee had originally been sent to Vietnam to work as part of the molding section of Sung Gwang Vina from January to March. However, upon returning to the RoK on April 1, it was discovered that he had been infected with the COVID-19. … [Read more...] about Binh Duong company suspended as RoK expert infected with COVID-19
“We want to move to a situation where at least by the end of May we’re able to substitute some less intensive measures, more based on technology and testing, for the complete lockdown we have now,” Neil Ferguson, a leading professor of mathematical biology at Imperial College London, told BBC Radio. … [Read more...] about Britain unlikely to lift coronavirus lockdown until end of May: gov’t expert
Local authorities said that during the time the South Korean man worked in Binh Duong, he had close contact with 46 people, including a driver, an interpreter, two cooks, seven South Koreans, three of them his roommates, and 35 others working in the same group with him. … [Read more...] about South Korean expert tests Covid-19 positive back home from Vietnam
VOV: While the number of infections and fatalities are increasing on a daily basis in many countries in the world, this does not happen in Vietnam, why so? Dr Nhung: This is a combination of all measures adopted, as I mentioned above. It is safe to say that Vietnam took strong, swift actions to deal with the disease at the beginning. … [Read more...] about Vietnam on right track to combat COVID-19: expert says
David Orange, an English teacher from the US, said some young teachers who lost teaching jobs as schools closed, became waiters on the first days of the Covid-19 outbreak. However, they later lost the jobs when the bars and shops on streets for foreign backpackers and others also closed. … [Read more...] about How are foreign teachers earning their living in the COVID-19 crisis?