Students from grades 7 to 12 in Hà Nội’s COVID-19 low and medium risk areas will return to school on February 8 after eight months of online learning.
Analysts forecast that Việt Nam's fertiliser industry will continue to grow in the short term thanks to the opportunity to increase its market share in the international market.
Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính has asked the Ministry of Education and Training to coordinate with the Ministry of Health to hold a nationwide teleconference collecting feedback on a detailed roadmap to re-open schools and educational establishments nationwide.
The Ministry of Health has asked cities and provinces nationwide to cancel firework displays for Tết (Lunar New Year), which falls on January 31, as concerns rise over a spike in COVID-19 cases.
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).
Despite difficulties caused by the pandemic, the domestic logistics industry still has many opportunities for growth if it improves competitiveness with foreign competitors.