Lưu Thế Hiển, 28, a deliveryman in HCM City, said he was rushing to deliver the last shipment of the day before 5pm, when the booking application automatically turns off until 6am the next day.
Starting Monday, residents of HCM City will no longer be allowed to go outside and all activities except medical emergencies or COVID-19 coordination efforts, will be banned from 6pm until 6am the following day.
The Hà Nội Department of Justice has announced sanctions for 16 activities violating regulations on COVID-19 prevention and control in which the highest fine is up to VNĐ200 million ($8,700) along with a criminal trial, as the city enforces Government Directive 16.
National Assembly (NA) deputies yesterday elected Vương Đình Huệ, Chairman of the 14th-tenure NA, to hold the position of Chairman of the 15th-tenure NA.
Police forces nationwide are stepping up efforts to combat hi-tech crimes which have become more popular and more sophisticated.
In recent weeks and months, there have been umpteen reports of foreigners of seemingly all stripes in Việt Nam struggling to renew their visas to remain in the country, whether they hold tourist visas, legitimate labour visas and work permits or less legitimately acquired paperwork.
Market Watch and legal enforcement agencies have been clearing away illegal wildlife trade at Thạnh Hóa farm produce market in the southern Long An province in responding to the call of stopping the market from 14 NGOs working in nature and wildlife conservation in Việt Nam.