[Vietnam Covid Update: 22 April 2020]
HCMC allowed to reopen businesses, Hanoi out of high risk localities
The Prime Minister allowed some businesses to operate in HCMC, and removed the Hanoi capital from high risk localities starting from April 23. In the meeting of HCMC’s Steering Committee of Covid-19 prevention on Wednesday, Vice Chairman Le Thanh Liem said that the Prime Minister has allowed the city and some localities to open stores, street business and non-essential services but still have to implement the prevention measures. At the government meeting on Wednesday afternoon, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc also agreed to classify Hanoi as an area at risk, allowing some businesses and activities to operate. In the distancing campaign from April 1, Hanoi and HCMC and worst hit localities in the country, ordered non-essential businesses such as bars, clubs and restaurants to shut down temporarily. Vietnam has confirmed 268 Covid-19 cases so far, of whom 223 have recovered. The country has recorded no new infection in the last six days. The pandemic has spread to 210 countries and territories and death toll has crossed 177,600.
[Vietnam Covid Update: 20 April 2020]
Vietnam ends fourth straight day sans new infections
The Health Ministry confirmed no new Covid-19 case Monday evening, keeping Vietnam’s active patient count at 54 with 214 discharged.
Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi have not recorded new infections in the last 17 days and six days, respectively.
Health experts have cautioned that while Vietnam going four days without a new infection is a positive sign, it was vital that the nation remained vigilant and careful because the Covid-19
[Vietnam Covid Update: 18 April 2020]
- last 11 days Ho Chi Minh City has no new case
- last 48 hours no more new covid-19 case in Vietnam, total 201/268 cases already recovered and no dead case.
- DONG DMC and the team has installed a Rice ATM machine and a few ton of rice in My Tho City, Mekong Delta, allow people in a difficult situation to get rice, small contribution to the community.
We wish all industry friends stay safe and stay ahead with new idea, new plan on how we rise again.