There are now 200 COVID-19 vaccines in development worldwide, most of which are at the stage of trials in small animals. The development of a vaccine can take at least 12 to 18 months before it is available for mass inoculations, provided all tests and trials are successful. … [Read more...] about Thai researchers start COVID-19 vaccine monkey trials
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With a population of over 97 million, Vietnam has experience in responding to outbreaks of other infectious diseases including SARS, MERS, measles and dengue. In the case of the novel coronavirus, Vietnam relied on four relatively cost-effective solutions to combat the virus, Gavi reported. … [Read more...] about Four key measures help Vietnam control coronavirus
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Firstly, to remember what the nation and the people have achieved and endured in the past and, secondly, to not be afraid to accept change and adapt to the rapidly changing circumstances around us during the pandemic and dealing with the future, just as the Vietnamese had to do after the war finished. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese resilience and Reunification Day
Saebel: Local tourism can certainly offer a certain supply of customers; however, with the massive hotel expansion which we have experienced over the last few years, it is impossible to fill rooms in a profitable way. We certainly see reluctance in F&B sectors, with once crowded restaurants currently sparsely occupied. During times of emergency, people tend to lean toward frugality and the luxury of a hotel stay becomes an unnecessary expense. … [Read more...] about How should Vietnam prepare for post-pandemic tourism recovery?