As many as 68,184 labourers had lost their jobs or been affected amid the COVID-19 pandemic as many enterprises in Hanoi have been forced to scale down production or temporarily suspended operations, the municipal Confederation of Labour announced on April 1.
For the first time in six months, Vietnam Airlines' first routine international commercial flight took off from Hanoi on September 19 morning, heading to Japan.
“Australia has refocused much of our development program in Vietnam to respond to COVID-19. We are supporting Vietnam by ensuring access to the best available economic analysis as the country shifts its focus toward stimulus and recovery. We are also supporting Vietnam’s efforts to protect the most vulnerable, especially women and girls who carry much of the burden as a result of the pandemic.” Ambassador Mudie said.
The People’s Committee of Can Giuoc district, Long An, on May 3 inaugurated a rice ATM in Dong Thanh commune to help local people overcome difficulties caused by COVID-19 pandemic and saltwater intrusion.
Major General Nguyen Duy Ngoc, Deputy Minister of Public Security, leading a delegation of the Ministry of Public Security (MPS), on April 27 worked with the Thanh Hoa Provincial Police Department on its task performance over the past time.
The domestic shrimp industry has not faced a great impact from the novel coronavirus-caused acute respiratory disease (COVID-19) because now this industry is under production and Vietnam will enter its shrimp harvesting crop in August.