Community tourism in need of guests

Community tourism in need of guests

Villages immersed in silence is a worrying situation in many community tourism areas that are still feeling the brunt of the summer restrictions.
Rejuvenating tourism with fresh experiences

Rejuvenating tourism with fresh experiences

Tran Trung Hieu, deputy director of Hanoi Department of Tourism, said that the city will begin to allow accommodation establishments, tourist destinations, tour operators, and transport to be eligible to operate again from October. However, some accompanying services such as spas, gyms, and karaoke bars are still limited.
Rising recruitment brings some relief

Rising recruitment brings some relief

Many employers are in need of more workers to restore production and business in the last months of the year, with the IT sector particularly looking for more people.
Vietnam Social Security awaits go-ahead to remove insurance issues for labourers

Vietnam Social Security awaits go-ahead to remove insurance issues for labourers

While waiting for answers from relevant authorities on the exemption or reduction of payment periods for social and health insurance for labourers during the social distancing period, Vietnam Social Security has implemented numerous solutions to ensure the rights and interests of labourers and businesses.
An Agritourism revival in the making

An Agritourism revival in the making

Agritourism is predicted by some to enjoy a strong revival after the pandemic, when days of cramped isolation will eventually subside and encourage people to turn to the peaceful countryside to enjoy a safe holiday in the midst of nature.
Relief packages come to aid of vulnerable

Relief packages come to aid of vulnerable

Millions of self-employed workers in extreme circumstances in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City are reaching out to access support packages in order to stabilise their lives and get through strict social distancing.
Gender gap progress at risk via pandemic

Gender gap progress at risk via pandemic

The pressures from work and lowered income, combined with the burden of taking care of children and housework, lie especially heavy on Vietnamese women during the current social distancing period, rendering many of them collateral victims of the pandemic.
Vietnamese tourism strives to reopen for business

Vietnamese tourism strives to reopen for business

The plan to receive vaccinated international tourists to Phu Quoc Island in October is facing serious challenges as the Delta variant of the coronavirus causes much of the country to implement social distancing, and airlines are forced to ditch flights.
Markets and food outlets rush  to stock up and protect prices

Markets and food outlets rush to stock up and protect prices

Many supermarket chains and stores have prepared plans to stock up goods and bump up staff numbers, as well as commit to stabilising prices to ensure that they can meet the demand in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City as social distancing measures bite into everyday life.
Packages look to end of pandemic struggle

Packages look to end of pandemic struggle

A social security package worth $1.1 billion has been approved by the government to support workers and employers facing difficulties due to the impact of the pandemic
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