According to the ministry, the 29-year-old man came to Vietnam from Orman on July 9 to work at the Hoa Phat Group. He was sent to a quarantine area in Quang Ngai Province right after landing at the Danang Airport. His samples were taken for viral testing on the same day and the results were announced positive for coronavirus on July 10. The patient is now being treated at the Dung Quat Industrial Zone. This is the 370th Covid-19 infection case in Vietnam so far, and the 230th patient from abroad who was quarantined immediately after arrival. The country has recorded no community infection of SARS-CoV-2 for 86 consecutive days since April 16. On July 10, three more Covid-19 patients were discharged from hospital, raising the total number of recoveries to 350, and there has been no fatality so far. As of July 11 morning, more than 12,920 people who had close contacts with Covid-19 patients or came from pandemic-hit areas are being monitored at hospitals, quarantine areas, or at … [Read more...] about Serbian specialist confirmed as new Covid-19 patient in Vietnam
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“If you remain afraid that I would get hurt and did not teach me how to walk, I would never know how to walk for my whole life,” he added. “If you remain afraid that I would fall and did not teach me how to stand up, I may never mature.” … [Read more...] about 18-year-olds in Vietnam – P1: Are they still kids to parents?
"These businesses are an important link in the global supply chain, whilst electronics and high-tech products play a very important role, especially in the period when the whole world works together against the pandemic. In fact, businesses in the Ho Chi Minh City High-Tech Park have been affected by the epidemic, but the impact is not too heavy," Thi states. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES JULY 10
A recent study commissioned by UNFPA, the United Nations sexual and reproductive health agency, highlighted that if mobility restrictions continue for at least six months with major disruptions to health services, 47 million women in low- and middle-income countries may be deprived of modern contraceptives, resulting in seven million unintended pregnancies. The disruption of UNFPA’s programmes on the ground could result in two million cases of female genital mutilation and 13 million child marriages that could have been averted by 2030. … [Read more...] about Pregnancy doesn’t stop during a pandemic. Neither do human rights
The Technical Brief, which has just been released by UNFPA Vietnam, points to the 2020 estimate that unless urgent intervention is done now, Vietnam is likely to be adding 298 maternal deaths even in the best case scenario (i.e., 44 percent increase), and 677 in the worst case scenario (i.e., 65 percent increase), as a negative impact of Covid-19. It means that a lot more Vietnamese women are likely to die from pregnancy and childbirth in 2020, which results in the reversal of the developmental gains that Vietnam has enjoyed in the past 10 years in reducing maternal mortality. … [Read more...] about Pregnancy doesn’t stop during a pandemic. Neither do human rights.