While the international community recognises and highly values the COVID-19 prevention and control outcomes in Vietnam, as well as the Government’s efforts to minimise the pandemic’s impact on vulnerable groups, guarantee people’s right to medical treatment, and ensure no one is left behind, the story of the 17th patient infected with SARS-CoV-2 in Việt Nam published on The New Yorker on September 21 has encountered public backlash due to its lack of objectivity.
Ho Chi Minh City is considering a proposal to turn five downtown streets into walking zones to better accommodate residents and tourists.
Local low-cost carrier Vietjet Air has announced that it will resume international commercial flights between Vietnam and South Korea starting September 30 to meet the high travel demand from passengers, after six months of suspension due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
HCMC - The Saigon Times Group will join hands with the HCMC Blood Donation Center to organize a blood drive next Saturday, October 17, to address the chronic blood shortage in the country and save patients in need.
At least 71 people from various Covid-19 quarantine facilities have been transferred to the Hanoi Mental Hospital over the past eight months.
People living in Thac Mo Reservoir in Binh Phuoc Province always look optimistic despite the difficulties they have undergone.
La Van Quy, a young ethnic minority man has brought a lucrative cricket farming model successful in lowland localities to his hometown in the northern mountainous province of Son La.
Tam An quit her job in Hanoi, packed everything and headed up north to the mountain town of Sapa to live in a village.
Pet cafes are going out of style with some were closed and others are trying to keep their patrons’ hearts by their ‘furry workers’ amid several challenges.
With both his legs paralyzed since childhood, Nguyen Duy Long, 65, has survived working as a delivery man for the past six years.