The Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front petitioned that History should be a compulsory subject, not an elective subject. According to the Central Committee, the most important thing is how to teach and learn to improve the teaching and learning quality of the subject.
In the case related to Viet A Technology Company, inspectors have verified violations committed by individuals at the Ministry of Science and Technology and the Ministry of Health that have caused serious consequences, loss of money and property of the State, causing public outcry. Inspectors will continue to clarify individuals’ responsibilities.
On February 25, the Police Department in the South-Central Province of Khanh Hoa said that it had just sought assistance from the Department of Justice to notify all notary offices in the province asking not to carry out procedures for buying, selling, and transferring mortgage of property related to 10 individuals including the Director of Center for Disease Control involving in Viet A's test kit case.
Regarding the violation of production and trading regulation of Viet A Technology Company’s Covid-19 test kits, a WHO representative in Vietnam said at a yesterday press brief that the test kits aren’t recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh yesterday asked to speed up investigation into Viet A Technology Company’s violations of bidding, regulations causing serious consequences and bring the case to trial soon.
Yesterday, the Ministry of Health gave feedback on Covid-19 test kit price gouging by Viet A Technology Company and many related units and localities. However, the Ministry has not verified who will take responsibility for the case.
In his dispatch to secretaries of party committees and chairpersons of people's committees in provinces and cities yesterday, Minister of Health Nguyen Thanh Long asked to tackle corruption, violations in bidding, and procurement of medical supplies.