The new cases were involved in a 59-year old patient N.V.H., living at 407 Le Duan Street, Thac Gian Ward, Thanh Khe District, Da Nang City, who is a security guard of Duy Tan Plastic Company based on 145 Dien Bien Phu Street, Thanh Khe District. After the security guard was confirmed to become Covid-19 patient on June 18, the functional forces and medical staff have promptly performed the tracing for F1 cases and sent people who have been in close contact with him to centralized quarantine facilities and taken Covid-19 test sample for them. Funtional forces imposed lockdown on the residence of the 59-year old patient and traced people being in close contact with him. This morning, a friend of the security guard and four relatives including his wife, children and grandchild got their coronavirus positive test results. After that, the People’s Committee of Thanh Khe District also imposed lockdown on his residence and traced people being in close contact with him. Yesterday,
The lotus ponds in the central city of Da Nang are in full bloom, jubilantly showing off their pink beauty. (Photo: VNA) Lotus seeds and flowers can be harvested for sale, contributing to increasing income and improving locals’ livelihood. (Photo: VNA) Lotus seeds and flowers can be harvested for sale, contributing to increasing income and improving locals’ livelihood. (Photo: VNA) The lotus which grows in muddy waters is a symbol of purity and the will to strive and prosper in tough situations. (Photo: VNA) Bloomed lotuses and buds are highly favoured as offerings in pagodas and for decoration at homes and in many commercial establishments. (Photo: VNA) Beautiful lotus flowers in full bloom in Da Nang coastal city. (Photo: VNA) VNA
IPs in Dong Nai take measures to prevent COVID spread from HCM City Two severely ill patients die of COVID-19 complications 71-year-old woman becomes Việt Nam's 62nd COVID-19 related death Recovered COVID-19 patient giving back to the community Technology leads the way in anti-COVID-19 strategy A worker at the Saigon High-tech Park in Thủ Đức City is vaccinated on June 19, the first day of the COVID vaccination drive in HCM City. VNA/VNS Photo Thanh Vũ HCM CITY — HCM City on June 19 began the fourth phase of its COVID vaccination drive at the Saigon High-tech Park in Thủ Đức City. It is being carried out at 1,000 sites until July 5. Workers at industrial parks and export processing zones are prioritised to ensure the smooth operation of supply chains, Deputy Minister of Health Nguyễn Trường Sơn said. A representative of the Thủ Đức City Medical Centre said 400-500 workers at the Saigon High-tech Park would be vaccinated on the first day. A
Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh inspects COVID-19 vaccination at FPT Software Co. Ltd. in HCM City (Photo: VNA) HCM City (VNA) - The largest ever COVID-19 vaccination campaign with 786,000 doses distributed to Ho Chi Minh City kicked off on June 19. Addressing the event, Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh praised tireless efforts of local officials and people in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, especially unanimous cooperation of local residents with the municipal authorities to effectively cope with the health crisis. 5K message , comprising khau trang (face masks), khu khuan (disinfection), khoang cach (distancing), khong tu tap (no gatherings), and khai bao y te (health declarations). COVID-19 outbreaks, so the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control decided to immediately allocate 786,000 doses out of 1 million doses of vaccine donated by Japan to the city.
Two severely ill patients die of COVID-19 complications HCM City begins the biggest vaccination drive 71-year-old woman becomes Việt Nam's 62nd COVID-19 related death Recovered COVID-19 patient giving back to the community Technology leads the way in anti-COVID-19 strategy A business in Đồng Nai Province’s Biên Hòa 2 Industrial Park is disinfected. Businesses in the province are taking strict measures to protect their workers against COVID-19. – Photo baodongnai.com.vn ĐỒNG NAI – Businesses in Đồng Nai Province’s industrial parks are taking strict measures to protect themselves against COVID-19 and the risk of transmission from HCM City, which is currently the third largest COVID-19 hotspot in the country. Phạm Văn Cường, deputy head of Đồng Nai Industrial Zones Authority’s management board, said that local businesses faced a high risk because the province is adjacent to HCM City. Busy trade occurs daily between HCM City and Đồng Nai so there is a
City Party Chief Nguyen Van Nen is vaccinated in the drive (Photo: SGGP) Central and municipal leaders at the vaccination drive launch (Photo: SGGP) The launching ceremony for the drive was held at FPT Software Company in the Hi-Tech Park in Thu Duc City this morning with the participation of Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh, HCMC Party Chief Nguyen Van Nen, Health Minister Nguyen Thanh Long , Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung and the Japanese Consul General to Ho Chi Minh City, Watanabe Nobuhiro. An employee of FPT is vaccinated (Photo: SGGP) An employee of FPT is vaccinated (Photo: SGGP) The mass vaccination drive is scheduled to finish before June 27 with 200,000 people a day. Speaking at the ceremony, Standing Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh reiterated that from April 27 to now, the Southeast Asian country has entered the fourth wave of Covid-19 and Ho Chi Minh City recorded more than 1,100 cases. Mr. Binh
Through the tracing process, the first case is confirmed to be a 47-year old construction worker named N.D.T, who is living in Bao Vinh B Quarter, Bao Vinh Ward, Long Khanh City. Previously, the worker had closely contacted with a female trader at Hoc Mon Agricultural Wholesale Market in Ho Chi Minh City. The rest one is an employee of House Ware Company in Binh Chuan Ward, Thuan An City, Binh Duong Province named N.T.N., who is living in a rental house in Thanh Phu Commune, Vinh Cuu District, Dong Nai Province. This morning, Mr. Le Duc Thuy, Chairman of the Confederation of Labor in Trang Bom District and member of the district Steering Committee for Covid-19 Prevention and Control, said that more than 18,000 workers of Pousung Vietnam Company were forced to stay at home because the wife of the first Covid-19 case was infected with the novel coronavirus and she is working at A7 factory of the company. Over 18,000 workers of Pousung Vietnam Company must stay at home after the
Health Ministry confirms 112 new Covid-19 cases The Saigon Times A worker at the Saigon Hi-Tech Park in HCMC is injected with the Covid-19 vaccine this morning. Vietnam’s Covid-19 tally has risen to 12,620 - PHOTO: MINISTRY OF HEALTH HCMC - The Ministry of Health has confirmed 112 new Covid-19 cases, with 109 of them caused by local transmission and three imported, sending the country’s total infections to 12,620 as of this afternoon, June 19. The domestic cases were detected in eight cities and provinces, including 64 in HCMC, 22 in Bac Giang, 14 in Bac Ninh, three in Long An, two in Hoa Binh, two in Nghe An, one in Lao Cai and one in Hanoi. The three imported cases were reported in Thanh Hoa, Ha Nam and Tay Ninh. They were quarantined right after returning to the country. The number of domestic infections has amounted to 9,376 since the fourth Covid-19 wave began on April 27. Vietnam has administered over 2.2 million Covid-19 vaccine shots so far. On June 18