Created 13 June 2022
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568 new COVID-19 cases, no deaths reported on Sunday

A total of 568 new COVID cases were detected in Việt Nam on Sunday, though no deaths were reported by the Ministry of Health.

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Created 12 June 2022
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Community-based organisations play key role in nation’s HIV/AIDS fight

Flexible and effective outreach by 43 local community-based organisations (CBOs) has made significant progress possible in preventing HIV infections and providing treatment for HIV-positive people in Việt Nam.

   
Created 12 June 2022
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HCM City orders hospitals to test visitors who travelled to endemic areas for malaria

The HCM City Department of Health has instructed medical facilities to test all visitors who have returned from malaria endemic areas for the disease.

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Created 12 June 2022
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Việt Nam records 710 new COVID cases

The Ministry of Health on Saturday confirmed 710 new COVID-19 infections, bringing the total caseload to 10,731,244.

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Created 11 June 2022
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COVID-19 a test to reposition grassroots healthcare: Official

Phan Lê Thu Hằng, director of the project management board for investment and development of the grassroots healthcare system (under the Ministry of Health) speaks to Vietnam News Agency on the role of this system during COVID-19 outbreaks in the country. 

 
Created 11 June 2022
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961 new coronavirus cases reported on Friday

Việt Nam reported 961 new COVID-19 infections in 42 localities on Friday, bringing the total caseload in the country to 10,729,681.

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Created 10 June 2022
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Mekong Delta residents apathetic about Covid booster shots

Hundreds of thousands of vaccine doses remain unclaimed across Mekong Delta in southern Vietnam as people no longer fear Covid-19.

Mekong Delta residents apathetic about Covid booster shots

 
Created 10 June 2022
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HCM City plans privately-invested nursing homes for aging population

Under a programme to improve healthcare for the elderly, HCM City plans to pilot nursing centres under the socialisation model that will widen the investor base and provide affordable care.

   
Created 09 June 2022
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Vietnamese girl contracts Whitmore's disease

A nine-year-old girl in Dak Lak Province has been diagnosed with melioidosis or Whitmore’s disease, marking the first case in the Central Highlands region.

Vietnamese girl contracts Whitmore's disease

 
Created 09 June 2022
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Families and schools urged to pay more care to child mental health

Trần Thị Hồng Thu, Deputy Director of Hà Nội-based Mai Huong Daycare Psychiatric Hospital, told online newspaper Chinhphu.vn her views on child mental health and child suicide cases due to depression.

   

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