Vietnam News Today (July 6): Hanoi’s Education Department Suggests Reopening Schools on July 10

Vietnam News Today (July 6): Hanoi’s Education Department Suggests Reopening Schools on July 10

Vietnam News Today (July 6): HCM city tightens Covid-19 travel restrictions amid rising cases; More than 90,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine set to arrive on July 7; Vietnamese banks remain attractive to foreign investors and Hanoi’s education department suggests reopening schools on July 10.
Students in many provinces and cities coming back to schools

Students in many provinces and cities coming back to schools

After a long Lunar New Year (Tet) break and absence from school given the complicated development of the Covid-19 pandemic, many provinces have decided to open schools from February 22.
Vietnamese young people with mission of promoting journey of "Happiness Empowerment"

Vietnamese young people with mission of promoting journey of "Happiness Empowerment"

WeGrow Edu, a comprehensive sex education startup founded by Vietnamese students, is attracting public attention by its rights-based and gender-focused approach to sexuality education.
Schools in Vietnam might be closed on ‘bad air’ days

Schools in Vietnam might be closed on ‘bad air’ days

Schools across Vietnam might be forced to temporarily closed on days when the air quality is poor, the draft law revising the 2014 Law on Environment Protection rules.  
Coronavirus updates in South Korea: Hundreds of schools to close again after reopening

Coronavirus updates in South Korea: Hundreds of schools to close again after reopening

Hundreds of schools in South Korea were forced to close just days after reopening due to an unexpected spike in coronavirus cases.
COVID-19 combat: Vietnam schools install table partitions to curb coronavirus

COVID-19 combat: Vietnam schools install table partitions to curb coronavirus

Several schools across Vietnam are installing table partitions to limit direct contact between students in classes, along with other essential protective measures.
Vietnam News Today: VN ranks 12th among emerging economies amid Covid-19 fallout

Vietnam News Today: VN ranks 12th among emerging economies amid Covid-19 fallout

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc gave remarks at Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) virtual Summit this Monday on coronavirus response, the Economist has listed Vietnam as 12th out of 66 strongest economies in the wake of Covid-19 fall out… are notable headlines for today news (May 4).
France shuts dozens of schools in bid to contain coronavirus

France shuts dozens of schools in bid to contain coronavirus

French officials have closed about 120 schools in areas that have reported the largest numbers of coronavirus infections, and more could be shuttered in the coming days, Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer said Tuesday.
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VUFO Grants Highest Medal for Chilean Ambassador to Vietnam Focus

VUFO Grants Highest Medal for Chilean Ambassador to Vietnam

Ambassador Nguyen Phuong Nga, President of the Viet Nam Union of Friendship Organizations (VUFO) granted a "For peace and friendship among nations" medal to Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Chile to Vietnam Patricio Becker on Dec. 2, in Hanoi. The medal honors Becker's contributions to consolidating and promoting Vietnam - Chile's bilateral relations.
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