Eighty per cent of Vietnamese respondents in a survey by multinational market research firm IPSOS believed that the country’s economy could recover quickly after the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
HCM City is seeking approval to be removed from the list of 12 provinces and cities at high risk of COVID-19 transmission and instead be placed at a medium risk level after April 22, the vice chairman of HCM City People’s Committee, Lê Thanh Liêm, said during an online meeting held on April 20.
The law revisions must· suitable to the country’s social changes and economic development, she said, adding that the simple and repetitive jobs will soon be replaced by robots and there is a need to focus more on highly skilled jobs.
Unilever in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and through coordination with the Việt Nam Fatherland Front Central Committee, continues to provide its products to help frontline medical facilities in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
From the middle of June this year, offenders who complete their jail sentences or are released under presidential amnesty can access loans offered by the National Employment Fund and apply for jobs in public projects.
Young people are helping the old by becoming personal shoppers, collecting groceries for those who are concerned about leaving home. The Young Union in Hải Phòng have been busy identifying people in the city who need their assistance. Everyone really is doing their bit during the COVID-19 pandemic.