Associations hoping to aid vaccine access

Associations hoping to aid vaccine access

Business associations are looking for new vaccine procurement schemes to maintain business continuity.
9,716 new COVID-19 cases recorded on Saturday, 349 more deaths

9,716 new COVID-19 cases recorded on Saturday, 349 more deaths

Hanoi - A further 9,716 new COVID-19 cases were reported in Vietnam on Saturday, bringing the national tally to 265,464.
How to reopen safely after a pandemic

How to reopen safely after a pandemic

Tragically, COVID-19 has already killed three million people worldwide, and the current wave of infections driven by the contagious Delta variant raises serious concerns in Vietnam.
COVID-19: Additional 4,642 cases recorded on August 12 morning

COVID-19: Additional 4,642 cases recorded on August 12 morning

Vietnam documented 4,642 new COVID-19 infections, including three imported cases, from 6:30pm on August 11 to 6am on August 12, raising the national count to 241,543, according to the Ministry of Health.
Vietnam hopes to receive more Swiss assistance in COVID-19 vaccine access: FM

Vietnam hopes to receive more Swiss assistance in COVID-19 vaccine access: FM

Minister of Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son proposed Switzerland continue to assist Vietnam in getting access to COVID-19 vaccine supplies, treatment medicines and necessary medical equipment during his talks with Swiss Vice President and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ignazio Cassis in Hanoi on August 5.
Vaccine giants raking it in at the expense of others

Vaccine giants raking it in at the expense of others

While the world’s largest COVID-19 vaccine producers made huge profits in the first half of 2021, sales figures in various countries point to the apparent conclusion that the same groups are profiteering from monopolies on the vaccines.
Domestic vaccines reach ever closer

Domestic vaccines reach ever closer

Vietnam is attempting to ensure a sufficient supply of COVID-19 vaccines as soon as possible, with locally-made Nano Covax hopefully getting the thumps-up to be approved for emergency use, and therefore easing the reliance on overseas imports.
Diplomacy switches up a gear for wider vaccine coverage

Diplomacy switches up a gear for wider vaccine coverage

With the COVID-19 pandemic badly affecting many localities and people’s lives as well as domestic production, the government is boosting vaccine diplomacy activities as one of the country’s top strategies now in a bid to secure a sufficient supply of foreign-produced vaccines.
Safe and sound vaccines at top of WHO priority list

Safe and sound vaccines at top of WHO priority list

People and businesses in Vietnam are pinning high hopes on the nationwide COVID-19 vaccination campaign backed by the country’s good preparation.
Vaccination drive aspires to put end to health crisis

Vaccination drive aspires to put end to health crisis

The nationwide COVID-19 vaccination campaign targeting people aged 18 and above will help businesses evade further production stagnation, but many workers may have to be patient until they can access the vaccine.
Country prepares for efficient jab rollout

Country prepares for efficient jab rollout

As Vietnam develops a quality cold storage system to successfully implement the nationwide COVID-19 vaccination campaign, the opportunity for multinational corporations to join the logistical effort might open its doors.
Hanoi ensures sufficient supply of essential goods

Hanoi ensures sufficient supply of essential goods

The Vietnamese capital city will ensure sufficient supply of essential goods for locals amid the implementation of more stringent social distancing measures, according to the municipal Department of Industry and Trade.
DKSH using its powers to provide reliable necessities

DKSH using its powers to provide reliable necessities

As Vietnam launches its COVID-19 vaccination drive, preservation and transportation of vaccines play a key role to ensure success.
Additional 1,612 new COVID-19 cases confirmed on July 17 afternoon

Additional 1,612 new COVID-19 cases confirmed on July 17 afternoon

Vietnam confirmed 1,612 new COVID-19 infections, including 12 imported cases, from 6am to 7:30pm on July 17, according to the Ministry of Health.
Vietnam officially launches nationwide COVID-19 vaccination campaign on July 10

Vietnam officially launches nationwide COVID-19 vaccination campaign on July 10

Vietnam on July 10 officially launched its nationwide COVID-19 vaccination campaign for all people aged over 18, making it the largest-ever campaign.
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