While many countries in the world still have to fight the second coronavirus wave, Vietnam has come back to the normal life thanks to effective containment strategy.
Toyota Vietnam has temporarily shut down plant in Vinh Phuc province since March 30 due to coronavirus pandemic.
A new prime ministerial directive restricts people from leaving their homes and banning gatherings of more than two people in public.
Sun Group carries out speedy procedures at Van Don international airport, Quang Ninh province, while receiving passengers coming from coronavirus-affected areas.
Vietnam’s premier developer of modern entertainment complexes has acted to protect the health of the general community as well as tourists and staff. The temporary closure will allow Sun Group to devote energy to preparing many exciting new developments that will be rolled out when Covid-19 is deemed to be no longer a threat and help Vietnam’s tourism industry recover.
Ford is temporarily suspending production in its factory in Hai Duong province from March 26 in response to coronavirus.
The government of Vietnam has decided to temporarily suspend the issue of new visas to all foreign visitors for 30 days, applicable since March 18.
Foreigners who contract coronavirus will have to pay for treatment but will still have testing fee waived.
The government of Vietnam decided to temporarily suspend visa exemption for citizens from Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden, the UK, France, Germany, and Spain amid complicated Covid-19 outbreak.
There is a trend towards categories like instant noodles, frozen food, sterilized sausage and packaged water and packaged food.
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