The Prime Minister requested the Ministry of Public Security to study and have solutions on issues related to the new passport model to avoid adverse impacts on the country’s socio-economic recovery and development while opening the door after the coronavirus pandemic.
The People's Committee in Ho Chi Minh City petitioned the National Assembly to consider promulgating a Resolution to replace Resolution 54 so that the southern metropolis can continue to implement specific mechanisms and policies for rapid and sustainable development.
Ho Chi Minh City is entering a period of strong recovery. Despite a deeply negative growth rate in the last two quarters of 2021 with -24.97 percent and -11.64 percent, the southern metropolis has seen 1.88 percent growth, higher than previous expectations and forecasts in the first quarter of 2022. SGGP Newspaper reporter discussed with Deputy Director of Ho Chi Minh City Department of Planning and Investment Dao Minh Chanh about support solutions to further promote the contribution of the business community to the social-economic development of the city.
Director of Ho Chi Minh City Department of Industry and Trade Bui Ta Hoang Vu proposed support for HCMC’s logistics sector needed to spread its wing including developing a system of logistics centers, digital conversion, human resource development, and promoting the use of logistics services; regional cooperation and linkage; other complementary solutions such as stimulus loans.
Ho Chi Minh City’s economy saw a deep decline of -24.97 percent and -11.64 percent in the third quarter and the fourth quarter of 2021 respectively; however, up to now, the city’s economy gradually has stabilized and recovered with positive growth at 1.88 percent. After an unprecedented economic disruption, Ho Chi Minh City has rebounded back.
People infected by Covid-19 commented that mobile medical stations look promising for home-based care. Although the new health care model has been newly launched, it has proved to be effective in treating people with Covid-19 at home.
The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Education and Training on August 16 sent a document to the Department of Education and Training of Thu Duc City and 21 districts on instructions for recording video lessons for teaching via the internet for primary students.
The Standing Committee of the National Steering Committee for Covid-19 Prevention and Control and experts said that the coronavirus pandemic will be basically put under control in June, but several cases will still be recorded in the community.
By the end of the year, Vietnam will have about 150 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine, Deputy Minister of Health Professor-Dr. Tran Van Thuan, asserted at an interview with reporters from Sai Gon Giai Phong newspaper.
For early detection of people contracting the coronavirus disease in the community, those buying medicine for respiratory diseases such as the common cold, influenza must fill health declaration according to the Department of Health’s document to its sub-divisions in Thu Duc City and districts citywide.
Despite the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, the dairy industry in Vietnam is still persistent to win consumers, creating a firm foothold in the domestic market as well as gradually expanding to international market.
According to a report of the International Labor Organization released today, 20 percent of Vietnamese men never do house chores while most women of the country must carry double burden of work and family responsibilities in the coronavirus pandemic.
The health sector in Ho Chi Minh City has been conducting a community campaign for fighting against Covid-19, said Deputy Director of the city Department of Health Associate Professor Tang Chi Thuong yesterday.
Health Minister Nguyen Thanh Long decided to send medical workers in Ho Chi Minh City to the Northern Province of Hai Duong where the coronavirus pandemic has developed complicatedly to help fight the disease.