The Hà Nội Department of Justice has announced sanctions for 16 activities violating regulations on COVID-19 prevention and control in which the highest fine is up to VNĐ200 million ($8,700) along with a criminal trial, as the city enforces Government Directive 16.
The Hà Nội Department of Transport on Sunday issued a document requesting registration for employees to be allowed to transport essential goods for supermarket services and postal businesses by motorbikes.
As Hà Nội enters the first days of the social distancing to fight COVID-19, many of its residents say although the lockdown might make life uncomfortable, it is an effective measure to halt the spread of the virus.
HCM City’s authorities on Sunday morning confirmed that they have agreed with VinGroup's request to “borrow” 5,000 doses of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to give to their staff who are engaged in COVID-19 fight in the city.
The transport departments of HCM City and all provinces must work to ensure the smooth circulation of essential goods, while the ministries of Industry and Trade and Agriculture and Rural Development will maintain supply chains during social distancing regulations under Governemt Directive 16.
On World Drowning Prevention Day July 25, Dr Kidong Park, WHO Representative in Việt Nam, speaks about the importance of drowning prevention and the measures necessary to protect children from drowning in Việt Nam.