Speaking as he left the medical facility in HCM City, he said: “I’ve said many things before. I’ve been overwhelmed by the generosity of the Vietnamese people and the dedication and professionalism of the doctors and nurses both here at the Chợ Rẫy and the tropical disease hospitals. … [Read more...] about Virus-free Scottish pilot discharged from hospital, heading home
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Since the first days of the pandemic combat, the Government leader has ordered flights to repatriate Vietnamese citizens in that country, and asked the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoLISA), ambassadors and Vietnamese representative offices abroad to do their utmost in citizen protection. … [Read more...] about PM orders repatriating Vietnamese labourers in Equatorial Guinea immediately
As many as 219 workers have been contracted to work at the Sendje hydropower plant project in Equatorial Guinea’s Littorial province, said Deputy Minister of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs Le Van Thanh. Late last month, some of them visited the host country’s medical facilities for COVID-19 tests as they had got such symptoms like cough and fever. Test results released on June 30 showed that 16 had the virus and 20 others were suspected cases. As of July 9, 74 others were confirmed having the virus, raising the total number of COVID-19 patients to 112. All of them are being treated in Equatorial Guinea. At the meeting, the Government chief tasked the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to work with competent authorities of foreign countries to increase the number of flights to bring home citizens stranded due to the COVID-19. Over the past months, the Foreign Ministry has worked with the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Transport to arrange 55 flights carrying nearly … [Read more...] about PM Phuc orders immediate repatriation of citizens from Equatorial Guinea
“However, the way they show their love may not be right,” he said. “Excessive care may not lead to good things; for example, children could become dependent and immature in their decisions and behaviors. And parents will orient children in the direction they want, not what the children want.” … [Read more...] about 18-year-olds in Vietnam – P1: Are they still kids to parents?
Passengers on board the flight were children under 18, pregnant women, students who had completed the school year but were unable to stay due to expired visas, entrepreneurs, intellectuals, travelers, and other cases in especially difficult circumstances. The Vietnamese Embassy in the US dispatched officials to Dulles International Airport in Washington DC to assist the citizens with necessary procedures before they boarded the plane. … [Read more...] about COVID-19: 346 Vietnamese citizens successfully repatriated from US