Day: July 18, 2021

Posted in Health

Nearly 3,100 new COVID-19 cases reported Sunday morning

Vietnam recorded 3,018 new COVID-19 infections on Sunday morning. The latest cases were in Ho Chi Minh city, Binh Duong, Dong Nai, Long An, Tay…

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Vietnam aims to have at least one homegrown COVID-19 vaccine this year

   Vietnam is determined to successfully produce at least one COVID-19 vaccine this year, according to Deputy Health Minister Tran Van Thuan.  Vietnam has asked…

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Additional 9 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine to arrive within this month

  – Vietnam will receive some 9 million more doses of COVID-19 vaccine within this month,  according to the Health Ministry. By the end of the third…

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Posted in Sports

Tokyo Games is “safe and secure” despite positive tests: IOC President

 International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach on Saturday insisted that the Tokyo Olympic Games will be safe and secure, despite positive COVID-19 tests  at…

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Pakistan reopens border gate with Afghanistan

 Pakistan on Saturday partially reopened its southern crossing with Afghanistan, shut off since the Taliban seized control of the strategic border town on the other…

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First session of 15th National Assembly to open next Tuesday

  The first session of the 15th National Assembly will open next Tuesday and run through the end of this month, the NA office announced…

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More medical equipment added to cope with worsening pandemic in HCM city

  The Health Ministry has prepared additional 2,000 respirators and other medical equipment for HCM city as more severe COVID-19 cases and deaths are expected…

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Hanoi to close non-essential businesses, ban public gatherings of more than 5

   All non-essential services in Hanoi will be halted from Monday as the capital city takes  more stringent social distancing measures to curb a spike in community cases….

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A Question of Religious Freedom: Tai Ji Men Case in Taiwan

Tai Ji Men’s Protest in the US Lack of Accountability for Rogue Bureaucrats’ Persecution of Tai Ji Men Perpetuates the Unjust Case for 24 Years Action Alliance to Redress 1219 is a partner of International Religious Freedom (IRF) Summit 2021 WASHINGTON, D.C., July 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The International Religious Freedom (IRF) Summit 2021, […]

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