As COVID-19 infections have been reported in the community and hospitals recently, many people have delayed important hospital visits despite their worsening health.
More than 270,000 people, including 80,000 workers at six industrial parks and zones, were tested for SARS-COV-2 from May 3-21 to map out safe zones in the city.
As the country battles to get a grip on the latest outbreak of COVID-19, Viet Nam News introduces a new weekly feature giving our readers a comprehensive review of the past seven days with round-up of stories related to the pandemic. Government officials, health workers and every single citizen all has a crucial role to play to keep the virus at bay.
Bố Già (Dad, I’m Sorry), a Vietnamese fim produced by TRẤN THÀNH TOWN, will be distributed in cinemas in the US and Australia on May 28 after its premiere in Malaysia and Singapore on April 22.
Lường Văn Dũng, 40, decided to work as a teacher in a school 300km away from his home in Điện Biện Phủ City.
An apartment building with 1,500 residents in Hà Nội has been placed under lockdown after an Indian expert tested positive for coronavirus after finishing quarantine.