According to the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting, the weather in Phu Quoc City and Nam Du Island in Kien Giang Province and the whole Southern region is getting worse, and traveling becomes difficult due to bad weather.
According to the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting, the intertropical convergence zone with an axis passing through the South Central Coast connects with a low-pressure area in the East Sea moving inland, so there will be moderate rain, heavy rain, downpours, and thunderstorms in the areas from Da Nang City to Binh Thuan Province, the Central Highlands, and the South from September 19 to September 21.
Amid the ongoing Covid-19 epidemic in Ho Chi Minh City and the southern provinces, the school year 2021-2022 is about to begin. Amongst difficulties, textbook provision is the most one; schools have had many alternatives to ensure teaching and learning activities.
According to information of the working group of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) in Southern provinces on the situation and ability to supply various types of food and foodstuffs to Ho Chi Minh City, updated until the night of July 23, the volume of goods is now extremely abundant, not afraid of a shortage.
The People’s Committee of Thanh Hoa Province yesterday issued a plan of receiving residents of Thanh Hoa who are living, studying, working and trapping in Ho Chi Minh City and the Southern provinces and cities having demand of coming back to their hometown amid the current complicated Covid-19 pandemic situation in the city.
Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Do Thang Hai, who takes charge of goods supply for Ho Chi Minh City and the Southern provinces, yesterday sent an urgent document to the Health Ministry and Transport Ministry regarding their collaboration in establishing a special ‘greenlight’ lane for essential commodities transport into HCMC.
Businesses in HCMC have invested in 42 production plants and establishments, 72 farms and farm complexes in provinces and cities in the southern region with capital totaling VND30,112 billion (US$1.29 billion).
The Department of Cultivation under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development on March 25 announced that Southern provinces will grow other lucrative crops on around 126,333 hectares of ineffective rice growing area this year.
According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), provinces in the Mekong Delta have planned to grow summer-autumn rice crop on an area of 1.6 million hectares this year with expected yield of 9.05 million tons, up 258,000 tons over the same period last year.