KOICA supports Ha Noi’s disadvantaged women in combating COVID-19 17:17 | 24/04/2020

VGP – The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) presented a support package worth US$10,530 to the Viet Nam Women’s Union (VWU) on April 23 to support Ha Noi’s disadvantaged women in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Four localities with risk of COVID-19 transmission 13:14 | 23/04/2020
VGP - The Government has downsized the level of COVID-19 transmission risks of 64 provinces and cities in Viet Nam.
HN eases social distancing rule in most of districts 13:09 | 23/04/2020

VGP – Ha Noi authorities have eased social distancing rule from 0:00 am on April 23, except for Me Linh and Thuong Tin Districts where COVID-19 infection cases have been detected recently and still remain highly risky areas.

First locality records export value of US$10 bln 15:57 | 22/04/2020

VGP – Ho Chi Minh City has become the first locality nationwide recording the export value of US$10 billion, according to the General Department of Customs. 

Over 13,000 people tested negative in Ha Noi’s COVID-19 cluster 12:30 | 20/04/2020
VGP – Ha Noi authorities have collected 13,762 samples in Ha Loi Village for COVID-19 testing in a bid to prevent spread of the virus from one of the biggest COVID-19 clusters in Viet Nam.
Ha Noi conducts rapid COVID-19 tests for shoppers of five wholesale markets 17:34 | 19/04/2020
VGP – Ha Noi’s Department of Health has conducted as many as 1,064 COVID-19 tests for shoppers of the five wholesale markets over the past two days in a effort to contain spread of the virus in the city.
One more "Rice ATM" to help the poor amid COVID-19 outbreaks 18:53 | 18/04/2020
VGP – The first "rice ATM" began operation on April 17 in Tan Mai Ward in Ha Noi’s Hoang Mai District to help non one left behind in the current fight against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
HCMC extends school closure until May 3 due to COVID-19 15:58 | 18/04/2020
VGP – Ho Chi Minh City authorities have decided to extend school closure until May 3 due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).