Hanoi (VNA) - Vietnam recorded no new COVID-19 case on December 4, keeping the national tally at 1,361, according to the National Steering Committee on COVID-19 Prevention and Control. Also on the day, 11 patients were given the all clear, bringing the number of recovered patients to 1,220. The fatalities remain at 35. Among those still under treatment, five tested negative once for coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, which causes the disease, four twice and three thrice. No patients were in critical conditions. A total of 17,238 people who had close contact with COVID-19 patients or returning from pandemic-hit areas are under health monitoring nationwide. The Ministry of Health recommended people to continue serious following its message featuring 5K (in Vietnamese) Khau trang (facemask) - (Khu khuan) disinfection - (Khoang cach) distance - (Khong tu tap) no gathering - (Khai bao y te) health declaration in order to live safely with the COVID-19 pandemic in ‘new normal’./. … [Read more...] about No new COVID-19 case recorded on December 4
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SK Planet analyzes the data provided to determine the road surface condition, and then passes the information to the management to prepare for possible accidents in advance. In the past, road management could only be done directly by attaching separate sensors to road patrol vehicles. By this method, it was hard to perform 24-hour monitoring and provide quick responses. But, this limitation can be overcome by using this solution. … [Read more...] about SK Planet jointly develop Road Hazard Detection Solution
Hanoi (VNA) – Those entering Vietnam from September 1 have to pay costs of their quarantine at concentrated facilities, as Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc recently agreed with the Finance Ministry’s proposal related to this issue. Accordingly, the quarantine stay at military bases or other facilities designated by authorised State agencies will cost 120,000 VND (5.2 USD) per day, including 80,000 VND for food and 40,000 VND for daily necessities. Those who want to stay in hotels and resorts will pay the fees decided by the lodging facilities. All of them have to take tests for the coronavirus and pay testing fees themselves, the PM ordered. Vietnamese COVID-19 patients will continue to receive free check-ups and treatment. For foreigners, the PM has assigned the Ministry of Health to make a report to the Government that will be submitted to the National Assembly’s Standing Committee for consideration. Bills for other diseases during the quarantine period will be … [Read more...] about Those entering Vietnam charged for concentrated quarantine from Sept 1
Hanoi (VNA) - Operated by national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines, a return commercial flight from Seoul, the Republic of Korea (RoK), landed at Hanoi’s Noi Bai International Airport on September 25 noon, marking a milestone in the restoration of the country’s air transport after months of disruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Using the long-range wide-body airliner Airbus A350, flight No VN417 took off from Incheon International Airport in the RoK, bringing back about 100 passengers, mostly returning Vietnamese and Korean investors and experts. Earlier in the morning, the outbound flight carried 164 passengers from Hanoi to Seoul. The RoK is among the six destinations in Asia with which the Vietnamese Government has decided to resume international flights since the country sealed off its borders on March 22, in addition to Japan, China, Taiwan (China), Laos and Cambodia, which have the COVID-19 situation under control. Vo Huy Cuong, Deputy Director of the … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s first commercial flight lands in Hanoi since border closure
Explaining the rush of online game development in recent years, experts say Viet Nam has a lot of potential as a new market because nearly 70 per cent of the gamers are accessing the game for the first time. Also, because the country is located in Southeast Asia, it has a similar culture to China and South Korea so gamers understand and like kung fu novels. … [Read more...] about Online games: harmless fun or social problem?