Da Nang: Last COVID-19 patient discharged from hospital 16:50 | 23/09/2020
VGP – The last COVID-19 patient in the central city of Da Nang was declared clear of the virus and discharged from hospital on September 23. 
Latest guidelines for medical surveillance of arrivals to Viet Nam 18:05 | 21/09/2020
VGP – The Ministry of Health has released guidelines for temporary medical surveillance of incoming travellers entering Viet Nam for more than 14 days.
Weekly COVID-19 update 09:45 | 21/09/2020

VGP – Viet Nam only confirmed five imported cases from September 14-21, raising the patient tally to 1,068.

Nearly 2,000 Vietnamese citizens fly home over last eight days 09:20 | 21/09/2020

VGP – As many as 1,950 Vietnamese citizens were repatriated from the U.S., 10 European nations, the Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Singapore and Australia from September 13-20.

Nearly 2,000 Vietnamese citizens fly home over last eight days 09:20 | 21/09/2020

VGP – As many as 1,950 Vietnamese citizens were repatriated from the U.S., 10 European nations, the Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Singapore and Australia from September 13-20.

VN confirms two new COVID-19 cases, total rises to 1,068 22:00 | 18/09/2020
VGP – Two men repatriated from Pakistan were confirmed positive for COVID-19 this afternoon, raising Viet Nam’s patient tally to 1,068.
Gov’t gives green light for increasing frequency of commercial flights 21:29 | 18/09/2020
VGP – Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on Friday tasked the Ministry of Transport to continue proposing to increase frequency of international commercial flights to bring back foreign experts, investors and Vietnamese.
Gov’t gives green light for increasing frequency of commercial flights 21:29 | 18/09/2020
VGP – Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on Friday tasked the Ministry of Transport to continue proposing to increase frequency of international commercial flights to bring back foreign experts, investors and Vietnamese.
Incoming travellers required to pay concentrated quarantine fee 08:00 | 18/09/2020
VGP – People who enter Viet Nam and are subject to concentrated quarantine shall have to pay VND120 (US$5.2) per day, according to a proposal on quarantine fees approved by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.