08:31 | 11/03/2022
Vietnam News Today (Mar. 11): Vietnam approves AstraZeneca Evusheld treatment for Covid-19 patients; Vietnamese firms urged to expand ties with Japanese investors amid new trends; VN-US sign MoU on strengthening commercial-investment alternative dispute resolution ecosystem; Visitors to Vietnam don’t need to show Covid-19 vaccination, recovery certificates.
01:02 | 28/11/2021
Vietnam News Today (November 28): Vietnam records another 16,052 local Covid cases; Vietnam, Switzerland eye stronger educational cooperation; PM states importance of producing Covid-19 vaccines and treatment drugs; Vietnam plays active, proactive role in ASEM cooperation process
22:59 | 23/11/2021
Vietnam News Today (November 24): Vietnam confirms another 39,126 local Covid patients; Vietnam produces antiviral Molnupiravir for Covid-19 treatment; Official proposes visa exemption for foreign tourists; Golf tourism – Vietnam’s new advantage.
08:15 | 11/08/2021
Through initial evaluation, the drug has been shown to be safe and effective in inhibiting the growth of coronavirus.
07:48 | 02/08/2021
His test results came out negative 10 days after his diagnosis and self-isolation at home
16:17 | 09/06/2021
From the experience of making MV20 ventilators, an overseas Vietnamese in Japan is cherishing a project to design a 4.0 mask with an air filter, which is safe for users and the surrounding environment.
11:24 | 30/05/2021
Of the 181 coronavirus patients receiving treatment at Tien Du district field hospital No.1, Bac Ninh province, there are children as young as 2-5 years old.
15:23 | 22/04/2021
Two field hospitals used for Covid-19 treatment are planned to build in Ha Tien City and Rach Gia City along Vietnam - Cambodia border, according to Dr. Nguyen Tri Thuc, director of Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City
08:22 | 26/03/2021
In the second stage of human trials to test the domestically-produced vaccine, there are 26 volunteers received their second shots of the Nano Covax novel coronavirus on March 25.
COVID-19 treatment updates: Antiviral drug Molnupiravir can block COVID-19 transmission within 24 hours
17:36 | 09/12/2020
In early animal testing, Molnupiravir was found to prevent virus carriers from developing severe symptoms and transmitting the disease.
07:57 | 09/12/2020
Many countries over the world started to roll out coronavirus vaccines to the public.
17:07 | 27/10/2020
Researchers in Vietnam are planning to sequence the genes of COVID-19 patients, in a bid to better understand the disease, therefore improve treatment regimes.
07:21 | 18/09/2020
Costs set at VND80,000 (US$3.46) for food and VND40,000 (US$ 1.7) for daily necessities at concentrated quarantine facilities.
14:38 | 24/08/2020
The US FDA on Sunday issued an emergency use authorization for investigational convalescent plasma in treating COVID-19 hospitalized patients. The announcement, however, raises concerns among medical experts.
17:39 | 13/08/2020
Quang Nam Central General Hospital is the only hospital in Quang Nam which designated for Covid-19 treatment.
13:37 | 23/07/2020
The cheap, widely used steroid Dexamethasone has been approved as a second treatment of COVID-19 in Japan. The Japan Ministry of Health's approval comes after a trial in Britain showed the drug reducing death rates in hospitalised patients.
15:22 | 13/07/2020
Russia has become the first country to successfully complete clinical trials of Covid-19 vaccine on humans. Sechenov University in Moscow has completed human trials, the first one to do so and the results have proven the medication's effectiveness.
09:17 | 11/07/2020
Serbian specialist becomes latest Covid-19 patient in Vietnam, Vietnam Prime Minister requested a immediately repatriation flight from Equatorial Guinea; risk of rising unemployment due to workers impacted by pandemic.
08:25 | 29/06/2020
Dexamethasone, the latest drug touted by experts in the UK now has been approved for use to treat COVID-19 patients by the US government, with the using expenses of only USD6 per day.
06:35 | 18/06/2020
A low-cost steroid may save the lives of people who are on ventilators or supplemental oxygen because of COVID-19, preliminary data from a large clinical trial suggest, which receives support from WHO.
08:08 | 23/05/2022
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