Update news Hai Duong
Archaeological exploration and excavation work at three ancient pagodas in the northern province of Hai Duong has been licensed by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
With the COVID-19 situation under control, the People's Committee of Ha Tinh Province allowed the resumption of business, commercial and service establishments and tourism sites starting from Tuesday.
Students in some districts of the northern province of Hai Duong, Vietnam’s biggest COVID-19 pandemic cluster to date, will return to school on March 18 as local authorities have decided to lift a number of social distancing restrictions.
No longer having to discard vegetables, many farmers in Hai Duong province, Vietnam’s Covid-19 hotspot, can now sell their farm produce on e-commerce platforms.
E-commerce platforms are effective tools that can help farmers reduce losses when there is an oversupply of produce and sales are slow.
From midnight on March 3, the COVID-19lockdowns in Chi Linh city and Cam Giang district in the northern province of Hai Duong were lifted and province-wide social distancing ended after 15 days.
Eleven new COVID-19 cases were recorded in Vietnam in the 12 hours as of 6am on March 2, and all are in northern Hai Duong province, according to the national steering committee for COVID-19 prevention and control.
The northern province of Hai Duong, the largest hotspot in the latest COVID-19 outbreak, is to end province-wide social distancing measures and lift lockdowns on Chi Linh city and Cam Giang district on March 3.
Vietnam reported five new COVID-19 infections on February 26 evening, including four domestically-transmitted cases in Hai Duong and one imported case in Dong Thap province.
The Ministry of Health’s statistics show that more than 80% of Covid-19 patients in Vietnam had only mild symptoms such as mild fever, cough, and fatigue, and recovered on their own after about one week.
The northern province of Hai Duong, the country’s current largest hotspot of COVID-19, plans to conduct large-scale testing for the novel coronavirus, using Realtime-PCR technology, from February 24.
This morning, the Ministry of Health announced 2 more cases of Covid-19 in Hai Duong, the country’s Covid-19 epicenter, bringing the total number of patients in the country to 2,403.
Purchasing and transporting of agricultural products from Hai Duong province – Vietnam’s largest Covid-19 hotspot – to other localities has been stalled for a few days due to epidemic prevention regulations applied in many neighboring provinces.
The trade ministry has urged provincial authorities across the country to boost the circulation of essential goods and the consumption of agricultural products in the context of the impact of Covid-19.
The northern province of Hai Duong – Vietnam’s current largest pandemic epicenter – reported 15 new COVID-19 cases on February 19, raising the country’s tally to 2,362.
Vietnam saw 18 new locally-transmitted COVID-19 cases from 6am to 6pm on February 17, all in Hai Duong - the country's current largest hotbed, raising the national count to 2,329.