Daily Archives: September 6, 2020

COVID-19 cases surpass 27 million worldwide

Worldometers.info reports that as of Sunday morning, there were more than 27 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide, of whom 883,000 have died.The US remained the hardest-hit country, followed by Brazil and India.Many new cases have been record...

Da Nang sees off medical staff as COVID-19 situation under control

The People’s Committee of Da Nang city on Sunday said goodbye to five out of eight medics from Ho Chi Minh City who came lending their helping hands to stamp out the COVID-19 outbreak. Le Trung Chinh, Vice Chairman

Deputy Prime Minister presents helmets to primary school students

Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh on Sunday attended the opening ceremony of the 2020-2021 school year at Tran Hung Dao Primary School, Ho Chi Minh City, and presented helmets to pupils there. At the ceremony attended by more than

Vietnam’s AIPA 41 initiatives win support: AIPA Secretary-General

The Vietnamese National Assembly has decided to change the form of the 41st ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Assembly (AIPA 41) from offline to online, reflecting its flexibility, responsibility, and role as AIPA Chair, AIPA Secretary-General Nguyen Tuong V...

Vietnamese youth’s football tourney opens in Laos

The seventh edition of a football tournament of Vietnamese youth in Laos - Vientiane Cup 2020 - kicked off in Laos’ Vientiane capital on September 5, with the participation of nine teams.The annual football event helps Vietnamese youths in Laos

Quang Ninh exerting every effort to offer investors a better business climate

The northeastern province of Quang Ninh has put a great deal of effort into improving its business climate and competitiveness over the last few years.It topped the Provincial Competitiveness Index (PCI) rankings for the third year in a row in

Vietnamese students in Japan launches online school fair

The Vietnamese Youths and Students' Association (VYSA) in Japan on September 5 arranged the VYSA School Fair 2020 on a virtual platform.Since 2015, the annual event has worked to support Vietnamese students who want to pursue further studies in Japan.T...

Vietnamese students in Japan launches online school fair

The Vietnamese Youths and Students' Association (VYSA) in Japan on September 5 arranged the VYSA School Fair 2020 on a virtual platform.Since 2015, the annual event has worked to support Vietnamese students who want to pursue further studies in Japan.T...

International donors assist Quang Tri’s bomb, mine clearance efforts

The central province of Quang Tri has to date received over 100 million USD from international donors to help its post-war bomb and mine clearance efforts.Among over 100 million USD sent to the locality since 1996, around 45 million USD

HCM City aims to sort out waste woes

Rapid urbanisation and high population density are putting pressure on Ho Chi Minh City in the management and treatment of waste.According to the municipal Department of Natural Resources and Environment, about 9,200 tonnes of solid waste is released a...