Nguyen Viet Duc said: “When I first learned about the global rhino horn trade and the crimes being committed by poachers and traffickers, I thought there was nothing I could do about it because there are people out there who have the money to hire anybody to do anything for them. … [Read more...] about Where were you when the last rhino was killed?
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On the morning of March 22, he took a motorbike taxi from Bach Mai Hospital to Giap Bat Bus Station to travel back to his hometown on a Duc Long passenger bus. His wife picked him up at 12:00 pm that same day. … [Read more...] about Vietnam reports 5 new COVID-19 cases, including 3 from Hanoi hospital
"Patient 172" was a daughter-in-law of a 66-year-old woman from Lai Chau Province in northern Vietnam, who was confirmed positive on March 24 after staying for three weeks for heart treatment at the Bach Mai Hospital. She took care of her mother-in-law for 23 days and currently has no cough, fever and shortness of breath. … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s Covid-19 infections rise to 174
"Patient 171", a resident of District 10 in Ho Chi Minh City, is a student in the U.S. She flew to Vietnam and transited in the Philippines before landing March 13 at Tan Son Nhat airport. She was asymptomatic on arrival and has now been taken to the Cu Chi Hospital. … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s coronavirus infections up by five to 174
There is a stark difference when going to supermarkets these days compared to the past. People have to keep a one-metre distance from each other. There is always a very long queue outside the supermarket because it only allows a very limited number of people inside. People also buy things quickly and only one person for each family comes inside to buy stuff very quickly and then leaves. … [Read more...] about Overseas Vietnamese feeling the heat amid the global pandemic