Approximately 120,000 experts and investors have made entry into Vietnam, said the Ministry of health at a conference on Covid-19 prevention and control on September 18 presided by Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
The Standing National Steering Board of Covid-19 Prevention and Control yesterday stressed at a meeting that experts and investors arriving in Vietnam should be tested for Covid-19 through quick tests at airports and border gates.
It is likely the new outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic originated initially in central Da Nang city, and in the coming days more data will be monitored, updated and analysed for official confirmation, experts have said.
Experts and participants proposed to set up a special team to attract and support foreign investors as the Covid-19 crisis has deepened and slowed global economies at a meeting of permanent government members chaired by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc in Hanoi yesterday.
Because Coronavirus has developed complicatedly, exports of Vietnamese agricultural products faced difficulties. The agriculture sector even bumped into challenges in domestic consumption. According to experts, the sector should build an agriculture information center to research supply-demand of farm products.
According to realty experts, low-cost housing projects will bloom in 2020 because those with limited disposable incomes accounting for half of the city’s population can only afford cheap apartments under VND2 billion (US$ 86,287).
Experts from India and Russia have visited My Son sanctuary in the central province of Quang Nam from late June to early July 2019 to help with the restoration of the world cultural heritage site, director of the sanctuary’s management board Phan Ho said on July 3.
Some 1,500 experts in the field of infection management from 31 nations gathered at the 9th International Asia Pacific Society of Infection Control (APSIC) Congress in Vietnam yesterday, exchanging updates on prevention and control of infections.