“The Lao PDR has been managing the outbreak relatively well, thanks to improved communicable disease surveillance and response capacity over the last decade. It still needs to maintain maximum preparedness and strengthen the health care service system to be able to respond to any resurgence of COVID-19,” Ye added. … [Read more...] about Latest Coronavirus News in Vietnam & Southeast Asia May 27
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Dan Kritenbrink, US Ambassador to Vietnam. (Photo: US Embassy in Vietnam) Dan Kritenbrink, US Ambassador to Vietnam, said “I want to commend the government of Vietnam which has done an outstanding job in its response to COVID-19 and continues to be proactive, cooperative, and transparent”. “I simply say 'Thank You' to all of the people in Vietnam working on the front line of this fight. Your work is saving lives.” … [Read more...] about What foreign ambassadors say about Vietnam’s coronavirus fight?
For example, a doctor from Prince Mishari Hospital of Saudi Arabia recently travelled to Vietnam to learn a technique to perform thyroid endoscopic surgery via armpit and chest, which is introduced by Assoc. Prof., Dr. Tran Ngoc Luong, Director of the National Hospital of Endocrinology. … [Read more...] about Hospitals improve quality to lure foreign patients
Not necessarily. Everyone is talking about the fourth industrial revolution but it is not like you switch the button and everything suddenly becomes 4.0. It is a gradual development process. For example, in the future Nestle Việt Nam will invest more and more in technology and innovations, our system will surely be more automotive, but our data and information will also be increased a lot, which requires more labour to handle all the work. We need more people to collect data, to analyse data. Therefore, we do all of this process in a gradual and sustainable way. — VNS … [Read more...] about New FDI strategy must link firms
An operation performed by doctors of L2FH Rotation 1 of Vietnam The operation started at 2330 hours and was successfully completed at 0030 hours the next day. Captain Agvaan Osor, M.D. of the Mongolian unit shook hands with the operation team after the operation, expressing his gratitude and affirming that he would report the success of the operation to his commander. Nearly 4 days later, the patient recovered and was returned to the unit. … [Read more...] about Part 3: Emergency operations