Vietnam seeks to reopen certain international air routes

Viet stressed that even though Covid-19 has led to unexpected developments worldwide, Vietnam has essentially contained the pandemic. “This sets the ground for strengthening the confidence and belief of the business community and local and foreign investors in Vietnam,” he stated.

Tales of 300-year-old national relic

The temple faces a lake. In the past children used to herd chickens and ducks nearby and come here to seek shelter in the afternoon while seniors would sit in the front porch sipping tea. During spring and autumn, the villagers would sit around the communal house to listen to and sing folk songs and […]

Mekong Delta provinces discuss post-Covid-19 tourism strategy

The director remarked that a high-speed boat service connecting Can Tho with Con Dao in Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province and tour services on the Victoria Mekong yacht between Can Tho and Chau Doc will be launched on July 1, in addition to new travel services set to be rolled out in early May at community […]

HCMC banks offer support for 224,000 virus-hit businesses

A teller counts Vietnamese banknotes. Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, banks in HCMC have provided support for some 224,000 local firms and household businesses – PHOTO: VNA HCMC – Banks in HCMC have lowered their interest rates and rescheduled loans worth VND290.5 trillion (US$12.4 billion) for around 224,000 firms and household businesses reeling […]

Baby boy returning from Russia is country’s latest Covid-19 case

Health workers collect samples to test for Covid-19. A one-year-old boy returning to Vietnam on a repatriation flight from Russia has been confirmed as the latest Covid-19 patient in Vietnam – PHOTO: VNA HCMC – A one-year-old boy who returned to Vietnam on a repatriation flight from Russia has been confirmed as the latest Covid-19 […]

Born with agent orange, Hanoi teacher escapes fate

In a room in Xuan Mai Town of Hanoi’s Chuong My District, Le Thi Lan Anh shows her students some photos taken on a recent trip to central Vietnam. At only 1.3 meters in height, there seems to be little difference between the beaming teacher and her pupils.

British pilot, Vietnam’s sickest COVID-19 patient, might not need lung transplant as health improves: doctors

Top health leaders and experts discuss the condition and treatment of a British pilot who is Vietnam’s sickest coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patient at a telemedicine consultation, May 29, 2020. Photo: Thuy Anh / Tuoi Tre The child, residing in the northern province of Thanh Hoa, landed at Van Don International Airport in northern Quang Ninh Province on […]