Better healthcare needed for elderly: gov’t
Deputy Prime Minister Vũ Đức Đam has emphasised the need to provide better health care services for the elderly by standardising the care available in health facilities and the community.
More than 1,000 Vietnamese and international delegates met in Cần Thơ today to discuss measures to ensure sustainable and climate-resilient development of the Mekong Delta.
The deputy chairman of the Bà Rịa – Vũng Tàu People’s Committee last Friday proposed expanding Côn Đảo’s Cỏ Ống Airport and its terminals in an effort to boost tourism.
Exposure to high amounts of toxic coumarin, found in smuggled cigarettes coming into the country in recent years, raises the risk of several birth defects or even miscarriage, health experts warn.
In the 39-degree Celsius heat of a summer day, carpenters in the craft village of Minh Đức in Phú Thọ Province diligently chop up large wooden logs to make furniture in their home-based wood workshops.
Thousands of hectares of cashew in the southern province of Bình Phước have been hit by pests, causing local farmers to worry about crop failure in next year’s harvest.
The Hà Nội People’s Committee has approved a project to upgrade the capital’s old railway station and surrounding areas into a Japanese-style modern urban depot surrounded by buildings of up to 70 stories. The project would be carried out in stages, to be completed by 2035.
Nearly 70 universities, research institutions, businesses and innovation supporting agencies are participating in a five-day National Advanced Training Programme on Successful Technology Licensing that began yesterday (Sep 25) in HCM City.
The Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention yesterday requested its subordinate agencies “not to underestimate” and proactively prepare to respond to a tropical depression.
The Ministry of Trade and Industry has confirmed mistakes and wrongdoings were found in personnel appointments at the Việt Nam National Chemical Group (Vinachem).
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