To this end, ASEAN calls for restraint from all parties to not complicate the situation in the South China Sea and urges efforts to handle disputes in line with international laws and the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Seas (UNCLOS) 1982.
Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính stressed the need to ensure the stability of the macro-economy, markets, politics, and people’s material and spiritual life while chairing a regular government meeting on Wednesday.
In the face of dangerous infectious diseases like COVID-19 and dengue fever, the Government leader said proactive prevention and control of monkeypox must be carried out with the spirit of “one step ahead, one level higher” to avoid concurrent outbreaks and to protect people’s lives and public health.
Acting Minister of Health Đào Hồng Lan on Tuesday raised concerns about the risk of concurring diseases in Việt Nam in near future and urged COVID-19 vaccination be sped up to ensure medical material supplies.
The 108 Central Military Hospital is among five hospitals to receive the Asia Pacific Hand Hygiene Excellence Award and Innovation Award 2021 for excellently performing hand hygiene at the Hand Hygiene Excellence Award Ceremony 2022 in Singapore on July 28.
The Government is calling on the health sector, local authorities and individuals to take all precautions needed to tackle the dengue fever epidemic amid an increasing number of new infections nationwide.
Low income, high pressure at work and unattractive remuneration policies are listed as the reason nearly 9,400 health workers quit their jobs in State facilities and moved to private health facilities between early 2021 and June 2022.
The 60th anniversary celebration of diplomatic relations between Việt Nam and Laos, held in the capitals of each country on July 18, vividly demonstrates the unique and special relationship between the two parties and countries.
Hospitals in Hà Nội have reported an increasing number of people infected with influenza A since early this month, even though the flu is usually more prevalent during the transition between winter and spring.
The HCM City health sector has set up a task force to deal with multiple challenges it faces, such as the fight against both COVID and dengue disease, and shortages of medicines, equipment and medical staff.
The Ministry of Health has ordered the HCM City Hospital of Odonto-Stomatology and Chợ Rẫy Hospital to set up a professional committee to clarify the cause of bone infections (osteomyelitis) in the skull, jaw and face of patients with a history of COVID-19.