Ha Noi locks down Ha Loi commune for 28 days 21:01 | 08/04/2020

VGP – Ha Loi commune located in Me Linh District, Ha Noi has been officially locked down for 28 days, from April 8-May 5.

Ha Noi rolls out fines for violations of COVID-19 prevention regulations 20:39 | 04/04/2020
VGP – Ha Noi’s Department of Justice has issued a document specifying acts and corresponding fines for those who violate the current regulations on COVID-19 prevention and control.
Ha Noi plans to expand COVID-19 testing sites 19:30 | 02/04/2020
VGP – Ha Noi plans to expand existing quick COVID-19 testing sites and set up new mobile testing stations to meet high demand of people suspected of carrying the novel coronavirus.
COVID-19 update by locality 18:00 | 02/04/2020
Ho Chi Minh City basically contains COVID-19 hotbeds 16:50 | 01/04/2020
VGP - Ho Chi Minh City's Health Department said the city has basically contained the local clusters of COVID-19, adding that the city recorded 49 COVID-19 infection cases as of 7pm on March 31, 11 of them fully recovered.
COVID-19 update by localities as of March 30 15:49 | 30/03/2020
VGP - As of Monday afternoon, as many as 25 provinces and localities have reported COVID-19 infection cases, in which Ha Noi tops the list with 73 patients.
List of services allowed to open amid of COVID-19 pandemic 12:55 | 29/03/2020
VGP - Ha Noi municipal authorities have issued a list of essential services allowed to open as part of the city's efforts to contain spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
HCM City approves VND 2.75 trillion package for COVID-19 fight 22:21 | 27/03/2020
VGP - The People’s Council of Ho Chi Minh City has approved a financial package worth VND 2.75 trillion (US$120 million) for the prevention and control of the COVID-19 epidemic and support labourers affected by the epidemic.
HCMC dismisses rumors of city lockdown 16:47 | 26/03/2020
VGP – The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee has dismissed speculation on social medial that the authorities are poised to announce a total lockdown across the city to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.