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The Ministry of Industry and Trade has issued Circular 03/2033/TT-BCT on temporary suspension of import for re-export of medical masks, gloves, and protective suits for COVID-19 disease prevention and control purposes from March 15 to December 31.

Charity group manufactures mask buckle to help relieve ear pain

A charity group in Hanoi has made face mask buckles which will help reduce the pressure on the ears for the medical staff.

Government leader gives go-ahead for export of medical masks

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has given his consent to allow the export of medical masks, protective suits, and medical equipment as a means of providing other countries with the equipment necessary for epidemic prevention and control.

Vietnam could become world’s face mask factory amid COVID-19

The garment industry was suffering an unprecedented crisis due to COVID-19, but the pandemic also brought significant opportunities for Vietnam to become the world’s face mask factory.

PM orders strictly dealing with violations regarding COVID-19 fight

The Prime Minister has asked ministers and heads of ministry-level agencies, chairpersons of the people’s committees of centrally-run cities and provinces, within their authority, to focus on directing, guiding, inspecting, promptly discovering

Over 1 million medical masks of unknown origin seized in HCMC

Ho Chi Minh City’s market surveillance officials and police on March 3 seized one million medical masks of unknown origin at a warehouse on Luong The Vinh Street in Tan Phu district.

Coronavirus: Medical equipment manufacturers fined

Authorities have fined 30 medical equipment manufacturers nearly VND65 million (US$2,800) for violating sales regulations for medical supplies used to fight the novel coronoavirus disease (COVID-19).

Vinatex to provide 6 million face masks in February amid COVID-19

The Vietnam National Textile and Garment Group (Vinatex) is exerting efforts to produce around 6 million antibacterial face masks in February to meet increasing demand amid the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak.