The HCM City People’s Council on December 7 approved many policies related to solutions for cultural and socio-economic development, especially for provisions covered by National Assembly Resolution No 54 for “piloting a special mechanism and policy for the development of the city.”
The number of HIV/AIDS cases in Việt Nam continued to be under control this year, with a reduction in new incidences of HIV/AIDS and mortality from AIDS, according to the Ministry of Health.
Chairwoman of the National Assembly Nguyễn Thị Kim Ngân has affirmed the strict stance of the Communist Party of Việt Nam and the State on corruption during a meeting with voters in the Mekong Delta city of Cần Thơ on Monday.
Despite policies designed to help them, people with disabilities in HCM City still face problems seeking jobs, doing business, and travelling.
Việt Nam planned to improve its primary healthcare staff to provide comprehensive care for individuals and families over the next ten years, a senior health ministry official said.
Closer collaboration among stakeholders is needed to improve access to innovative medicines to combat cancer in ASEAN member countries, experts have said.
Việt Nam is among countries with the highest rate of hepatitis in the world; however, lack of knowledge about the disease leads people to hide it, causing a major barrier in hepatitis treatment and prevention.
Global trends in health policies and practical access in the context of the rapidly aging population were topics of discussion at a forum on health care yesterday in Hà Nội.