Upon their arrival in either Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City, the tourists must follow social distancing orders, i.e. remaining in isolation and undergoing a healthcare examination in order to curb the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. … [Read more...] about Hanoi, HCM City to receive 1,700 more tourists stranded in Da Nang
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Moods get complicated, too. Would you prefer it to rain while practicing social distancing or can you stand the fact that sunshine is beckoning you to the now banned beach? To me, it depends on the time of day. Sunset, when it’s slightly cooler and breezier, does feel more frustrating than noon. Even going around town in the evening with a small breeze does wonders for me. Yet with much of Hoi An closed to dine-in pleasures, I’ll have to settle for my small courtyard and some home delivery while my two dogs stare relentlessly at me – at least at home I get to choose the music. … [Read more...] about Is it raining yet?
Two students hug each other after completing their literature test at the national high school exam in Hanoi, August 9, 2020. Photo: Nguyen Khanh / Tuoi Tre Following a large outbreak in Da Nang in late July, municipal authorities had asked the Ministry of Education and Training to halt the national exam. … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s national high school exam begins amidst COVID-19 epidemic
COVID-19 figures in Việt Nam on August 9 morningCOVID-19 latest updateFive new COVID-19 cases reported on Saturday morning, three connected to Đà NẵngPM calls for sufficient supply of medical equipment for COVID-19 prevention and treatmentSoldiers work day and night to take care of quarantined people … [Read more...] about Two new cases reported Sunday morning, one in Hà Nội
Mai Linh has now temporarily ceased operations in Da Nang City and Hoi An Town, the country's coronavirus hotspots. Its revenue in these localities and in some other tourist destinations like Nha Trang and Da Lat have dropped by up to 50 percent from earlier. … [Read more...] about Second Covid-19 wave tougher for business: corporate leaders