Hanoi retailers told to increase stocks threefold amid pandemic Retailers in Hanoi were told to increase stocks of essential goods by three-fold over average levels to ensure price stability amid the complex development of the COVID-19 pandemic. … [Read more...] about Why do private investors want to take over Saigon Co-op?
Phuong was detected with malaria when he was in Equatorial Guinea and the disease got worse by the time he came back to Vietnam. “The fever lasted for about a week, there were times when I had a fever of 39 or 40 degrees. Thanks to the dedicated treatment and care of the doctors, the symptoms have gradually reduced,” Phuong said. … [Read more...] about 183 people returning from Equatorial Guinea leave quarantine zone today
After the shaman completes the rituals, relatives provide wine, poured into a cup, placed on a rice sieve and drunk in gratitute. Each person is offered a cup of wine with a piece of boiled pork liver to celebrate the union. … [Read more...] about Late night weddings a Yao community staple
The ministry said over the past 24 hours, the capital city of Manila recorded the largest number of infections in the country, with 3,848 cases. The country also confirmed 16 related deaths on the day, raising the total number of fatalities to 2,442. Meanwhile, the number of recoveries further rose to 71,405 after 1,038 more patients were give the all-clear. The same day, Indonesia’s Ministry of Health recorded an additional 2,307 cases of SARS-CoV-2 and 53 deaths, bringing the total respective numbers in the country to 135,123 and 6,021./. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 cases in Philippines surpass 150,000
F5’s latest Curve of Convenience 2020 report shows that application users in Asia Pacific routinely overlook high-profile breaches in favor of seamless user experience; seven in ten consumers knowingly share or store personal data on applications to enjoy personalized experiences.SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - August 14, 2020 - F5's (NASDAQ: FFIV) latest report Curve of Convenience 2020 Report: The Privacy-Convenience Paradox uncovers that 43 percent of Asia Pacific consumers expect businesses to protect their data, while another 32 percent believe it's the responsibility of the government. Meanwhile, more than nine in 10 (96 percent) consumers say they would choose convenience and frictionless or seamless application user experiences over security. These findings reveal a delicate balancing act between security and convenience that businesses and governments are being held responsible for. … [Read more...] about New F5 Research Reveals 75 Percent of Asia Pacific Consumers Do Not Feel Responsible for Their Own Data Security