Created 06 March 2022
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131,817 COVID cases registered on Saturday

With 131,817 COVID-19 cases logged in the past 24 hours, Việt Nam has confirmed record-breaking infection numbers for 12 straight days.

 
Created 06 March 2022
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Widespread vaccination reduces deaths despite rising Covid infections: health ministry

Despite rising numbers of daily Covid-19 cases, death rates have significantly reduced thanks to widespread vaccination coverage, the health ministry stated Saturday.

Widespread vaccination reduces deaths despite rising Covid infections: health ministry

   
Created 05 March 2022
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HCM City strengthens COVID-19 prevention and control amid Omicron variant’s domination

HCM City People’s Committee urges relevant authorities to strengthen COVID-19 epidemic prevention and control amid the domination of Omicron variant.

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Created 05 March 2022
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Việt Nam surpasses 4 million COVID cases

Việt Nam has exceeded 4 million coronavirus cases, as the country registered a record 125,587 new daily infections on Friday, with the capital Hà Nội breaking the 20,000 mark for the first time.

   
Created 04 March 2022
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Rise in COVID patients causes admin backlog

Large numbers of people standing in line waiting for quick tests to confirm whether they have contracted or recovered from COVID-19 have raised concerns about the risk of cross-infection and cumbersome administrative procedures.

 
Created 04 March 2022
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COVID-19 patients told to check classify home waste

COVID patients treated at home are being urged to be careful with their waste disposal to limit the risk of spreading the virus..

   
Created 04 March 2022
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7 million doses of COVID vaccines for children to arrive in Việt Nam in March

The Ministry of Health has reached an agreement with Pfizer to set out an estimate and a bidding plan, with the aim to bring 7 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines for children to Việt Nam this month, and the remaining 14.9 million in the fourth quarter, Deputy Minister Đỗ Xuân Tuyên said on Thursday.

 
Created 04 March 2022
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Increasing COVID caseload puts strain on medical staff and businesses

Việt Nam has been witnessing a sharp increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in recent months which is not only putting a strain on grassroots medical facilities, but also numerous businesses whose employees are infected with the virus.

   
Created 04 March 2022
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As prices rise, prudent use of COVID test kits advised

With rising prices and signs of shortage emerging, health officials have advised HCM City residents not to use more COVID-19 test kits than needed.

 
Created 04 March 2022
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Vietnam extends Moderna vaccine expiry date by two months

The health ministry on Thursday extended the expiry date of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine from seven to nine months under storage of minus 25 to minus 15 degrees Celsius.

Vietnam extends Moderna vaccine expiry date by two months

   

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