After Sai Gon Giai Phong Newspaper reported on sluggish projects occupying thousands of hectares of land along the Central region of FLC Group, provincial authorities have been reviewing and considering revoking and reducing the area of projects with slow progress and infeasibility of this corporation.
In recent days, the Central provinces have continuously recorded a high number of Covid-19 cases in the community, with more than 1,000 community transmissions per day in some provinces. Therefore, the demand for rapid testing has surged drastically, leading to a scarcity of rapid test kits in some localities, such as Quang Nam, Quang Ngai, and Binh Dinh provinces, or even out of stock in some places.
Torrential rainfall-induced landslides yesterday occurred in some Central provinces, particularly Thanh Chuong District of Nghe An Province, Ha Tinh Province’s Huong Son District, Quang Binh Province’s Tuyen Hoa District after the circulation of typhoon Kompasu.
Drought and the Covid-19 pandemic have been heavily affecting the lives of people across the country and the Central of Vietnam. Despite difficulties, farmers in the Central provinces still maintain production and cultivation to create agricultural products, vegetables, and fruits to serve their lives, increase their incomes, and support Covid-19-hit areas in the province and the South.
Amid the current situation of the Covid-19 pandemic in the Southern provinces and cities, especially in Ho Chi Minh City, Central provinces issued plans of supporting more returners to come back to their homelands.
Agricultural co-operatives across Vietnam in recent years have applied advanced technology and connected value chains to develop clean, sustainable agricultural products in an effort to stand on their own and expand with creativity.
As recent storms triggering prolonged torrential downpours, an increased frequency of huge floods, landslides and flashfloods swept through the Central region, the life of residents were changed. Particularly, the residents live without home and the natural disaster caused losses about lives and property.
Due to consecutive storms and floods, large leaf-vegetable gardens were completely destroyed in Da Nang City and Quang Nam Province. Therefore, after the floods, vegetables became scarce, so the prices of vegetables have also skyrocketed.
The cost of each sea voyage is now less expensive when the price of oil is not as high as before, along with favorable weather, so the fishermen in the Central provinces of Vietnam have rushed to head for the open sea in early summer.
According to Mr. Dinh Huu Thanh, Secretary of the District Party Committee of Bo Trach in the central province of Quang Binh, more than 800 hectares of watermelons in the district were already harvested and farmers are enjoying a bumper crop and high prices of watermelons.
After provinces in the North Central Coast, some provinces in the South Central Coast have been seriously affected by drought drying up rivers and ponds, causing paddy fields to be fallowed and upseting the life of local people. This is considered as one of the most severe droughts in many decades.