Created 02 March 2022
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HCM City tightens COVID regulations as city caseload increases

If more than half the students in any classroom in a school test positive for COVID-19 or were in contact with a patient, the entire class has to switch to online lessons, the HCM City Department of Education has said.

 
Created 02 March 2022
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HCMC suspends largest Covid ICU center

 Ho Chi Minh City has suspended its largest Covid-19 ICU center to receive and treat patients with tumors, and dismissed certain other field hospitals.

HCMC suspends largest Covid ICU center

   
Created 16 February 2022
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HCM City plans for vaccinating nearly one million children aged 5-11 against COVID-19

HCM City plans to vaccinate 970,000 children aged 5-11 against COVID-19.

 
Created 24 December 2021
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HCMC skies not to dazzle with New Year's Eve fireworks

HCMC will not have its usual firework displays on New Year's Eve this year and even other activities of the day might be suspended depending on the coronavirus situation.

HCMC skies not to dazzle with New Year's Eve fireworks

   
Created 22 December 2021
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New Year celebrations to take place downtown, at universities in HCM City

Given the COVID-19 pandemic in HCM City is under alert levels 1 and 2, scheduled New Year celebrations will go ahead as planned, the municipal People’s Committee said on Monday (December 20).

 
Created 22 December 2021
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Yên Bái Province strives to close health care gap

Narrowing the gap in hospital care is vital to ensuring that everyone has equal access to medical facilities. Yên Bái Province has been focusing on deploying new and specialised techniques that bring practical benefits to all patients.

   
Created 02 November 2021
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Hanoi asks restaurants, cafes to close by 9 pm

Hanoi has ordered food and beverage establishments to close up shops before 9 p.m., amid other restrictions to avoid large gatherings.

Hanoi asks restaurants, cafes to close by 9 pm

 
Created 21 October 2021
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PM urges Phú Thọ, Sóc Trăng and Cà Mau to quickly put the clusters under control

Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính has urged local authorities of Phú Thọ, Sóc Trăng and Cà Mau provinces to quickly detect new COVID-19 clusters and conduct the pandemic risk level assessment on the smallest possible scale.

   
Created 21 October 2021
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55/64 localities in Việt Nam have completed assessment of COVID-19 risk level

Thirty-two cities and provinces across the country have now declared their COVID-19 risk levels, following the Government’s new guidelines.

 
Created 20 October 2021
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HCM City to focus on economic recovery in remaining months of 2021

HCM City authorities said they would focus on economic recovery in the remaining months of the year after failing to meet most economic targets in the first nine months due to the impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak.

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