Ministries, agencies and localities have been ordered to provide a a response plan to acute hepatitis of unknown origin in children, following warnings from the World Health Organisation (WHO).
The Government’s board for private economic development research (IV Board) has proposed the scrapping of pre-entry COVID-19 testing requirement for foreign arrivals into Việt Nam to stimulate tourism.
Việt Nam on Friday reported 3,819 new COVID-19 infections and six COVID-related deaths.
The health ministry said it is collecting feedback from ministries to develop the medical response to COVID-19 scenarios in 2022-23 period.
The Vietnamese health ministry has sent a document to municipal/provincial people’s committees on the temporary suspension of domestic heath declaration requirements, which have been in place since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The seven-day rolling average of new daily cases currently stands at 4,418, less than half the figure reported a week ago, marking the steady decline of the outbreak in Việt Nam.