Vietnam’s Ministry of Education and Training has asked local authorities to allow students to resume their study at the beginning of March.
The national tourism sector is looking at ways to rebound in the second quarter of the year with strategies to promote growth after the COVID-19 epidemic subsides.
Manufacturers in the Southeast Asian nation are struggling to secure the raw materials they need to remain operational Hanoi relies on China for about 30 per cent of its imports
Three patients from the northern province of Vĩnh Phúc were declared free from the coronavirus and discharged from hospital on Thursday. The cases include a mother, daughter and an unrelated three-month-old baby. That left only two of 16 people still…
Textile manufacturers are ramping up production of masks to combat the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19), according to the Vietnam National Textile and Garment Group (VINATEX).
Vietnam has shipped medical supplies and equipment worth US$500,000 to China to help the neighboring country combat a pneumonia epidemic caused by the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV).
Vietnam has denied two cruise ships permission to dock due to fears of coronavirus infections on board, Vietnamese state media and a cruise operator reported on Friday.
While the government has taken significant measures to limit the impacts of the coronavirus on the country, it is also operating within limits and realities.
Vietnam has quarantined a community of 10,000 people near the capital, Hanoi, for 20 days because of fears the coronavirus could spread there, two local officials told Reuters on Thursday.
Vietnam must work out a stimulus package this month to help businesses cope with a coronavirus epidemic that is expected to keep the economy from achieving a target of 6.8% growth this year, the planning ministry said on Wednesday.
Many popular tourist destinations, which are always favorite destinations of Chinese tourists, were not crowded as usual amid fears for the nCoV outbreak.