Provinces in the Mekong Delta are entering the harvest season of the winter-spring rice crop, but the export of rice might be affected by the Chinese market due to outbreaks of an acute respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus (Covid-19). Amid such context, diversifying export market is considered as an urgent solution for the Vietnamese rice.
To cool down the fever of face masks and hand sanitizers, several distribution channels have joined hands with enterprises to increase the supply for the market. It is expected that hundreds of thousands of antimicrobial and medical face masks will be put into the market this weekend.
As the market still faces a shortage of face masks while the source of fabric material has been exhausted, several manufacturers have been rushing to import materials for the production of face masks amid the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
Thua Thien-Hue must push up production and business activities so as to quickly overcome the impact of the acute respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus (nCoV), Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said on February 8.
The exporting of several agricultural, and aquatic products to China has had to temporarily halt as the border gates are temporarily closed due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, urging farmers and export enterprises to look for consumption markets amid the impacts of the disease.
Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan has underlined the need to build field hospitals in response to the acute respiratory disease caused by the 2019 novel coronavirus (nCoV).
Authorities have been seeking the source of materials for the production of face masks in South Africa, Egypt, and India to provide for domestic production to serve the fight against the spread of the new coronavirus.
Vietnamese airlines re-exploited their regular flights connecting Vietnam and Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao (China) from February 2 after the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam’s permit to transport novel coronavirus affected passengers at airports in Vietnam, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao.
Vietnam’s stock market plummeted heavily the second day on January 31due to concerns over the current outbreak of novel coronavirus after losing more than 30 points in the first trading session after the lunar New Year.
The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines (VNA) and the low-cost airline Jetstar Pacific have just announced temporary suspension of some flight routes connecting between Vietnam and China to protect passengers' health as well as to limit spread of acute respiratory infection caused by novel Coronavirus.
The 17 Vietnamese students and their relatives in Wuhan city, the Chinese province of Hubei, where an acute respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus (nCoV) is raging, are currently in stable health and psychological condition, the Vietnamese Embassy in China said on January 26.