The fourth COVID-19 outbreak in Vietnam has witnessed unprecedented developments, leading to the infection tally exceeding 20,000 on July 5.
Vietnam has proven that it has strong and durable institutions that could protect the country’s public health through future pandemics, according to an article recently published on the website brookings.edu of the US-based Brookings Institution.
Nepalese newswire peoplesreview.com.np on May 12 ran an article praising Vietnam’s decisive steps to minimise both health and economic outcomes from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The current COVID-19 testing capacity of Vietnam has been improved substantially, rising two- to three-fold from the previous outbreaks, said Deputy Minister of Health Tran Van Thuan.
Vietnam has recorded the world’s highest percentage of its people satisfied with the government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a recent survey shows.
Vietnam’s clear and drastic measures in COVID-19-related quarantine and contact tracing have help it overcome the third wave of outbreaks in less than two months, according to an article by German journalist Johannes Giesler, which was recently published on the news site Yahoo...
The National Assembly (NA) Office on March 22 conducted COVID-19 testing on all NA deputies and people involved in the organisation of the upcoming 11th session of the 14th National Assembly from March 24 to April 8.
The Ministry of Health has exerted efforts in steering the COVID-19 immunisation campaign in an effective and cautious manner so as to ensure safety in all stages of examination and screening before vaccination, Deputy Minister of Health Tran Van Thuan has affirmed.