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Vietnam reported a total of 9,889 new COVID-19 infections and 76 COVID-related deaths on Sunday.
The route will help increase the number of public transport users and ease traffic congestion.
Hanoi has shown strong will in addressing concerns of foreign businesses and ensuring an ideal investment environment for them to commit to long-term operation.
The charming city with various beautiful landscapes, friendly people and ‘arguably one of the best street food scenes on the planet’ is one among the best cities of the world for a workation.
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Mao bookstore is the oldest bookstore on Dinh Le street, associated with the childhood of generations of Hanoians.
Hanoi needs an additional 2.5 million doses of AstraZeneca and 3.5 million doses of Pfizer vaccines.
All Hanoi’s three levels of administration meet the requirements for being classified in the level 1, which is considered a “green zone”.
A large amount of vacant public properties in Hanoi are a huge waste of social resources.
The old apartment buildings represent one of the architectural landmarks in Hanoi's history, telling people the historical story of the capital city.
Hanoi Centre for Disease Control (CDC) reported a new community COVID-19 case at Viet Duc Hospital on Thursday, after recording no new community cases since September 25.
Authorities have given the go-ahead for the resumption of outdoor sports, as well as the reopening of malls and retail outlets, from Tuesday as the COVID-19 situation in the capital is brought under control.
It is estimated that there are around 10,000 students in Hanoi lacking studying equipment.
The use of shared utilities in old apartment buildings is among the main reasons leading to Covid-19 infection in the community.
Hanoi's strategy of quickly isolating areas where positive cases were found and carrying out testing campaigns at "lightening speed" helped prevent the spread of the virus.
Dr Tran Dac Phu, former Head of the Preventive Medicine Department, advised Hanoi not to be hasty in granting green cards so that achievements of pandemic prevention can be maintained.
On the first night of relaxed social distancing (September 21), which coincided with the Mid-Autumn Festival, tens of thousands of people flocked to the streets to celebrate the festival.
From September 21, Hanoi has relaxed its anti-epidemic measures, with many activities and services resuming.
Hanoi is ready to listen to recommendations and adjust plans for COVID-19 prevention and control as restrictions are eased in the capital city.