Businesses in Đồng Nai Province’s industrial parks are taking strict measures to protect themselves against COVID-19 and the risk of transmission from HCM City, which is currently the third largest COVID-19 hotspot in the country.
he fourth wave of COVID-19 has changed the routines of many people working in industrial parks (IPs) in northern Việt Nam.
The HCM City Department of Health has instructed the Hospital for Tropical Diseases and Củ Chi District Hospital to make plans to admit COVID-19 patients if the number of cases in the city increases significantly.
Professor Trần Quý Tường, director general of the Agency of Information Technology at the Ministry of Health, talks about the application of information technology in COVID-19 prevention work.
More than a year after being infected with SARS-CoV-2 and recovering from COVID-19, the woman known as Patient 14 in Việt Nam can't get over what she experienced.
Healthcare staff have been working day and night to provide screening tests in high-risk areas in HCM City to detect cases in the community amid the latest COVID-19 outbreak.
The northern province of Bắc Ninh on Wednesday launched a production-residence-combined model in which workers don’t leave their factories after work or stay together at concentrated accommodations like dorms, hotels or schools.
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.