Vietnam Airlines to resume international flights

Vietnam Airlines to resume international flights

National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines will resume flights on the Hanoi-Narita (Tokyo), Hanoi-Incheon (Seoul), Hanoi-Sydney, and Ho Chi Minh City-Sydney routes from April 1 to June 30, a representative of the airline said.
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Cambodia to deploy free vaccination for garment workers

The Cambodian Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training has called for preparations for vaccination of garment workers, as the government prioritised them in the list of people to be vaccinated against Covid-19.
Earth Hour 2021 in Vietnam going online

Earth Hour 2021 in Vietnam going online

Due to the complication of Covid-19 pandemic, activities of Earth Hour 2021 Campaign in the world mostly go online. Being launched in Vietnam by SGGP Newspaper, the campaign has attracted the participation of thousands of people in many innovative online activities.

Vice Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Chu Xuan Dung speaks at the meeting (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi to allow re-opening of bars, karaoke parlours, discos from March 23

Hanoi will allow bars, karaoke parlours and discos to resume their activities from 0:00 am on March 23, said Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Chu Xuan Dung at a meeting of the local steering board for COVID-19 prevention and control on March 22.
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Pandemic-hit workers in HCMC to receive free vocational training

Workers in Ho Chi Minh City who were laid off or had their hours cut as a result of COVID-19 will have the opportunity to attend free vocational training courses under a new programme initiative, according to Vice Chairman of the municipal Federation of Labour Pham Chi Tam.
Pilgrims standing in line to wait for ticket to Tam Chuc Pagoda on March 14. (Photo: SGGP)

Crowds of pilgrims to Tam Chuc Pagoda worry pandemic fighters

Spokesperson of Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism Le Duc Trung yesterday voiced his concern over such a huge quantity of pilgrims flocking to Tam Chuc Pagoda Complex last weekend. Even though the pandemic is quite settled down in Vietnam, this still poses a potential danger.