15,959 new COVID-19 patients were reported in Việt Nam on Wednesday, raising the total number since the start of the pandemic to 2,078,087.
Education minister Nguyễn Kim Sơn said yesterday that thanks to high COVID-19 vaccination rates in the country it’s time to adjust policies for the safe reopening of schools.
The HCM City health department on Wednesday announced three Omicron cases in the community, the first cluster of the highly contagious variant to be discovered in Việt Nam.
The government is mulling to slash VAT down to 8 per cent from 10 per cent for a large number of businesses in 2022, starting from February.
As of Saturday, 23 districts and towns in Hà Nội have been classed as yellow COVID risk areas (medium risk), while seven have been labelled orange (high risk).
Việt Nam has exceeded 2 million coronavirus cases, as the country logged 16,378 new infections on Saturday.
The capital Hà Nội surpassed 3,000 daily coronavirus cases for the first time, as 16,040 infections were recorded nationwide on Friday.