COVID-19: new entry-exit regulations between Vietnam and Laos The Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs on April 5 informed Vietnam citizens of new entry-exit regulations the Lao Government has issued as an effort to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. … [Read more...] about Vietnam: No new cases of COVID-19 reported for second successive morning
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Deputy Health Minister Đỗ Xuân Tuyên requested all localities to continue following the Government’s directions, especially Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc’s order to implement a 14-day national scale social distancing as well as enhance screening, identifying and monitoring of suspected infections to contain outbreaks. … [Read more...] about Number of COVID-19 cases in Vietnam reaches 245
Indonesia’s economy grew by 5.02 percent last year, already the slowest in four years. The World Bank has estimated that the COVID-19 pandemic will significantly slow Indonesia’s economic growth this year – 2.1 percent in 2020, down from the initially projected 5.1 percent – if the situation starts to normalize by June. … [Read more...] about Latest covid-19 news in Vietnam and Southeast Asia
The world’s attention right now is on addressing the coronavirus pandemic. This is understandably also the case in Vietnam. We applaud the efforts already made by the Government of Vietnam, and we continue to offer our help right now, as well as to the phase afterwards to recover from the impact of the virus. And there will be a day, and hopefully soon, when we look back at this as something which we, humanity, solved by acting together. Just as there will be a day, and no later than in 2030, when we look back at the issue of contamination of unexploded ordnance and landmines in Vietnam, as a problem we acted upon and overcame together. … [Read more...] about Removing all landmines and unexploded ordnance in Vietnam by 2030, can it be done?
“I do organize online classes for students at my school, but I also offer online tutoring hours to those students preparing for the college admission exam,” said Tran Phuong Duy from NS High School in Hanoi, referring to the annual National High School Examination for 12th-graders in Vietnam. … [Read more...] about Teaching online an inevitable path for teachers amid COVID-19 pandemic in Vietnam