Closures have affected up to 4.4 million preschool children over the 2021-22 period when the COVID-19 outbreak worsened in Vietnam, according to the education ministry.
As the number of Covid cases is increasing rapidly, many Hanoi families are going camping in the forests or mountains on weekends instead of booking tours or going to amusement places in the inner city.
The Covid-19 pandemic caused turbulence in the labor market in Vietnam in 2021.
As smart phones are becoming increasingly popular to the public, the growth of practical mobile apps is something to be expected.
As of February 22, nearly 3 million out of total 17 million learners from kindergarten to high schools have to return to online learning due to complicated evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Ministry of Education and Traing.
It's been two years since the Covid-19 pandemic turned the world upside down. The usual daily life is restricted, but that was the impetus for the new normal such as "no contact" and "social distancing" to appear.
Most rice production and processing plants are located on riversides, and as a result, about 95 percent of rice produced in the Delta is carried by water.
As there are few guests, many 5-star hotels have shifted to selling Tet food to survive the pandemic.
2021 was a fruitful year for commercial banks, which saw a 25 percent growth rate.
While the majority of businesses have complained about difficulties caused by the pandemic, others have reported high profits.
As many as 119,800 firms left the market in 2021, up 17.8 per cent year-on-year due to the negative impact of COVID-19, with strict blockades and prolonged social distancing especially in the third quarter, according to the General Statistics Office.
Booking a room on the phone, ordering food from an app and shopping online with smart lockers, people are increasingly using technology, changing the habits of consumers.
A 12-year-old boy in Hanoi fell to his death from an apartment building, sparking concerns over children’s mental wellbeing and parents’ negligence on the matter, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It has been more than a week since the congestion of trucks carrying agricultural products to China at the Vietnam-China border gates in Quang Ninh Province began.