Two fifth graders in Hong Ngoc Primary School (located in Tan Phu District of HCMC) are taking part in their online learning session at home. (Photo: SGGP)

Free e-learning services for students during Covid-19 outbreak

As the Covid-19 pandemic is becoming more complicated, resulting in a prolonged school break for all students in Vietnam, many schools turn to the e-learning method as a sensible alternative. Network service providers, both international and domestic, are supporting this advanced learning mode by offering various platforms and tools free of charge.

Online applications blooming in Vietnam during Covid-19 outbreak

Online applications blooming in Vietnam during Covid-19 outbreak

Just like other countries, Vietnam encourages its citizens to stay away from crowds as much as possible in this sensitive time of Covid-19 pandemic. That has resulted in the widespread of several online applications in various fields.

 Passengers must wear facemasks at airports (Photo: VTC News)

Passengers must wear facemasks at airports

The Airports Corporation of Vietnam required domestic airports to notify foreign carriers with their flights to Vietnam on the requirement of wearing protective facemasks for passengers when entering the country due to spread of Covid- 19.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc is delivering his speech at the meeting. (Photo: VNA)

Vietnam strives not to let Covid-19 outbreak spread to community

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc yesterday chaired a regular meeting of the central Government about Covid-19 combat. All delegates expressed their determination to prevent the spread of this dangerous virus into the general public and discussed possible actions in case of a new infection in Vietnam.

A shipper delivers goods to a customer. (Photo: SGGP)

Online market vibrant amid Covid-19 outbreak

Receiving calls continuously, noting orders and delivery addresses of customers, and checking messages on Facebook and Zalo are daily duties of many employees of online stores in Ho Chi Minh City. Because during this time, many consumers are afraid of going shopping due to concerns over the Covid-19 outbreak.
A cashew field in Dong Tam Commune in Dong Phu District in Binh Phuoc Province. (Photo: SGGP)

Cashew farmers concern about price drop

Farmers in Binh Phuoc Province have started to enter the harvest season of cashew crop. This year, they are expected to have a bumper crop, but a sharp fall in the price of cashew nuts has made them concern.
Indonesian citizens return home after 14-day quarantine on Natuna island. (Photo: Antaranews)

WHO hails Indonesia’s response to COVID-19 outbreak

Indonesia has done a good job of bringing home its citizens from China’s Hubei province, the epicenter of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on February 15.