Hanoi (VNA) – Hanoi will impose quarantine measures on people arriving from or going through Daegu and North Gyeongsang, areas with COVID-19 outbreaks in the Republic of Korea. On February 25, the municipal People’s Committee required the Health Department to coordinate with the capital city’s Military Command and police to carry out the quarantine work. Accordingly, Vietnamese citizens will be kept in quarantine for 14 days since arrival at the military school under the municipal Military Command in Son Tay, while foreign nationals will be staying at the Municipal Police Hospital in Ha Dong district. District administrations are told to look for people who arrived in Vietnam from the RoK within the past 14 days for monitoring and taking quarantine measures on those who came from or transited Daegu and North Gyeongsang. The municipal Health Department instructed tightening international medical quarantine at the Noi Bai international airport, including … [Read more...] about Hanoi to quarantine people arriving from epidemic-hit areas in RoK
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HCM City (VNS/VNA) - Erosion and subsidence along canals, rivers and coasts have been severe in many areas in the Mekong Delta and local authorities are struggling to raise funds for works to prevent them. Ca Mau province has around 1,000 such sites along canals as hot weather and drought have caused most canals to dry up, according to the provincial People’s Committee. In Tran Van Thoi district, a 120-metre section of the western coastal dyke in Khanh Binh Tay commune was washed away last week. The section was two metres wide in some places. Le Phong, Chairman of the Tran Van Thoi District People’s Committee, said warning boards have been set up at the eroded section to warn traffic. Work to upgrade the dyke, which stretches 72km from Tieu Dua coast bordering Kien Giang province to Cai Doi Vam town, has been estimated at more than 1.7 trillion VND (72.7 million USD). But the province is currently only building a 49km section from Tieu Dua to Song Doc town … [Read more...] about Mekong Delta grapples with erosion, subsidence
Like many of Vinh’s friends, 20 of Hien’s have also returned to Vietnam since February 20 as the number of Covid-19 cases rose day after day. Some were even willing to postpone their study plans in case the epidemic got out of control in South Korea. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese in South Korea face dilemma: stay put or bail out?
The funeral was held in Hanoi in the morning of June 30 for nine crew members of the CASA-212 aircraft In the funeral book, Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong wrote that the Party, the State, the army and the people will forever remember the crewmembers' sacrifices. … [Read more...] about Party, State and Army leaders pay tribute to nine CASA-212 crewmembers
Last but not least, the unit was requested to build a contingent of high-quality cadres and soldiers, while expanding international cooperation and attaching much importance to applying new technology to enhance the quality of repairing, maintaining, and storing weapons and equipment. … [Read more...] about General Department of Technical Service receives noble order