During the final months, Son worked at high intensity that he lost 6kg. Afraid that he didn’t have much time left to educate the children, he only spent time walking from home to the morning class, then to office, and then to another afternoon class plus weekend classes. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese UN peacekeeper gives CAR kids chance to learn
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In a report recently submitted to the National Assembly Committee on Social Affairs, the association outlines their prediction that between 60% and 80% of its firms will move to temporarily suspend operations by the middle of April, therefore affecting 800,000 workers. This massive number of layoffs could increase to 1.2 million by the end of April if all businesses cease operations. … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES APRIL 7
It donated VNĐ1.2 billion (US$51,207) in cash to support urgent public needs and those on the frontlines. Of this, it gave VNĐ800 million ($34,158) to the Việt Nam Fatherland Front (VFF) – HCM City and VNĐ200 million to the VFF – Đà Nẵng City while the remaining VNĐ200 million was contributed by its employees and trade unions to the Central Committee of the VFF. … [Read more...] about Latest covid-19 news in Vietnam and Southeast Asia on April 7 (updated hourly)
9. Those who flee quarantine places and fail to comply with the quarantine regulations that causes losses of VND100 million US$4,246.13) or more in expenses for COVID-19 prevention and control will be handled in accordance with Article 295 of the Penal Code. … [Read more...] about How Hanoi penalizes offenders of COVID-19 pandemic prevention rules?
The third stimulus package is expected to be finalised and presented for cabinet approval this month. It is designed to provide comprehensive and continued assistance for all groups of people affected by the virus and keep the economy running without disruption. … [Read more...] about Four new cases of COVID-19 take total to 249