Vietnam Covid-19 Updates (July 19): Over 2,000 New Cases Recorded, Tally Passes 55,000

Vietnam Covid-19 Updates (July 19): Over 2,000 New Cases Recorded, Tally Passes 55,000

As of 6 am July 19, Vietnam has confirmed 52,215 coronavirus cases following the resurgence of the virus in late April.
Vietnam Covid-19 Updates (July 2): 657 new cases in the last 24 hours

Vietnam Covid-19 Updates (July 2): 657 new cases in the last 24 hours

To date, Vietnam has documented 15,905 domestic Covid-19 infections and 1,822 imported ones. Over 3.8 million vaccine doses have been injected so far.
Vietnam Covid-19 Updates (June 22): Three more deaths in the last 24 hours

Vietnam Covid-19 Updates (June 22): Three more deaths in the last 24 hours

To date, Vietnam has documented 11,827 domestically transmitted infections and 1,703 imported ones.
Australia takes wine dispute with China to WTO

Australia takes wine dispute with China to WTO

The Australia government on June 19 said it is lodging a formal complaint with the World Trade Organization (WTO) over China's imposition of anti-dumping duties on Australian wine exports.
Vietnam successfully sequences SARS-CoV-2 virus genome

Vietnam successfully sequences SARS-CoV-2 virus genome

Vietnamese scientists have successfully developed a technological process used for sequencing the SARS-CoV-2 virus genome through PacBio long-read genome sequencing technologies for the first time.
Ho Chi Minh city to conduct large-scale coronavirus testing

Ho Chi Minh city to conduct large-scale coronavirus testing

The ramp-up effort would help the southern city quickly control the new clusters that's been spreading across 16 affliating districts.
Vietnam mulls over vaccinating 12 graders against coronavirus

Vietnam mulls over vaccinating 12 graders against coronavirus

The proposal is made as thousands of test takers across the country are scheduling to sit for the national high school graduation examination in early July.
Health Minister: Coronavirus is multiplying twice faster

Health Minister: Coronavirus is multiplying twice faster

Authorities are going all out to inhibit the coronavirus, especially the more infectious variants in hotspots before they spread to other localities.
Hanoi runs high risk of coronavirus spreading

Hanoi runs high risk of coronavirus spreading

The Vietnamese capital is facing a high risk of coronavirus spreading as more fresh clusters emerge
Da Nang halts taxis, delivery services over coronavirus fears

Da Nang halts taxis, delivery services over coronavirus fears

The suspension is issued following the detection of one infected GrabCar driver in the central city.
UK, Indian variants found in Vietnam’s latest Covid-19 hot spot

UK, Indian variants found in Vietnam’s latest Covid-19 hot spot

Coronavirus variants from the UK and India are behind cases at the National Hospital for Tropical Diseases in Hanoi
Hanoians urged to stay at home to curb coronavirus spread

Hanoians urged to stay at home to curb coronavirus spread

Hanoi authorities are calling on city dwellers not to go out unnecessarily in a bid to curb the spread of the deadly coronavirus.
UK and Europe daily weather forecast latest, February 18: Freezing temperature warnings in Britain after weeks of warm weather

UK and Europe daily weather forecast latest, February 18: Freezing temperature warnings in Britain after weeks of warm weather

The UK is forecasted to cope with a new sub-zero blast to return after weeks of warm weather. Meanwhile, the long-range outlook warns of a "very cold easterly blast" during the first week of March in Europe.
No new coronavirus cases reported for the first time in China in 2 months

No new coronavirus cases reported for the first time in China in 2 months

On Monday (February 8), official data shows that there is no new locally transmitted mainland coronavirus cases in China, adding a positive possibility that the country has sucessfully put a stop to the lastest wave of the outbreak.
Medics brave pouring rain to track coronavirus amist rising cases

Medics brave pouring rain to track coronavirus amist rising cases

In the middle of a cold night in pouring rain, a team of doctors and other medics used flashlights as they tracked Covid-19 suspects.
Photos show life under Covid-19 lockdown in Vietnam town

Photos show life under Covid-19 lockdown in Vietnam town

After having been one of the hot spots on coronavirus case booming, Cai Rong Town, home to 10,000 people, in Quang Ninh Province, has been locked down to curb the spread of Covid-19.
Vietnam COVID-19 Updates (Feb 1): 38 new cases, 2 million Hanoi students take Tet holiday one week earlier

Vietnam COVID-19 Updates (Feb 1): 38 new cases, 2 million Hanoi students take Tet holiday one week earlier

With new cases of COVID-19 continue to surge, the Lunar New Year holiday will begin a week earlier for over 2 million Hanoi students, from kindergartens to high schools.
'No Boyfriend/Girlfriend' and 'Not Married' face masks designed to avoid unwanted questions

'No Boyfriend/Girlfriend' and 'Not Married' face masks designed to avoid unwanted questions

As Chinese New Year celebrations draws near amid the worldwide pandemic, a face mask is essential when family members and friends go visiting each other. Singapore's homegrown brand wheniwasfour has designed special face masks to fend off relationship status questions from kaypoh relatives.
11 countries in the world with no report of Coronavirus cases

11 countries in the world with no report of Coronavirus cases

Coronavirus has spread and deeply effected so many countries all over the world, there are 11 countries that have remained pandemic free since it began 10 months ago, according to World Health Organization.
U.S. Capitol riots: Oversea Vietnamese shares the situation after "a dark day in American history"

U.S. Capitol riots: Oversea Vietnamese shares the situation after "a dark day in American history"

Feeling of the author was shared exactly two months after the historic day of November 7, when the media simultaneously recognized Joe Biden as the President-elect of the United States and exactly one day after the U.S. Capitol riots.
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