Day: January 23, 2022

9.9 billion COVID vaccine doses administered across 184 countries

  The world had recorded more than 349.8 million COVID-19 infections and 5.6 million deaths as of Sunday, according to The United States has remained the hardest-hit country. More than 9.9 billion doses of COVID vaccine have been administered across 184 countries, according to Bloomberg. The latest rate was roughly

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Northern region braces for cold spell during Tet

 A strong cold spell is predicted to hit the northern region starting next Friday, just three days before the Lunar New Year 2022, according to the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting. From Friday night (the 26th day of the 12th lunar month) onwards, temperatures will fall sharply to about 15

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Overseas Vietnamese in Australia celebrate early Tet

  The Vietnamese Party and State intend to consolidate national unity and  Overseas Vietnamese is an integral part of the Vietnamese community, Vietnamese Ambassador to Australia said in a get-together in Australia on Saturday to celebrate Vietnam’s Lunar New Year (Tet). Ambassador Nguyen Tat Thanh affirmed that the Vietnamese Embassy

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Foreign ambassadors experience Tet in ancient village

  – 30 ambassadors and representatives of diplomatic missions and international organizations in Vietnam on Sunday visited Duong Lam Ancient Village on the outskirts of Hanoi as part of the Happy Lunar New Year 2022 program organized by the Hanoi Investment, Trade, and Tourism Promotion Center. Visitors had hands-on experience

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President extends best New Year wishes to Overseas Vietnamese

300 Overseas Vietnamese returning home to welcome the Lunar New Year festival 2022 were treated to an art program “spring of the Homeland” in Hanoi’s Opera House on Saturday evening. The program, organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese Affairs, was attended by President Nguyen Xuan Phuc, his

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NA Chairman urges Ben Tre to boost socio-economic development

   National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue has hailed Ben Tre province for achieving a positive growth last year despite difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. At a meeting with Ben Tre provincial Party Committee on Saturday, Mr. Hue applauded the province’s impressive results on administrative reform, IT application, digitalization, social

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