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A Grab driver is hoping to create a huge network of first responders to help injured road crash victims.

Permanent working team sent to Vinh Phuc to help fight COVID-19

The Health Ministry reported on February 13 that it has sent materials and a permanent working team to the northern province of Vinh Phuc to help with the fight against the acute respiratory disease caused by the new coronavirus (COVID-19).

Hyperactive children with ADHD are not treated because of parents’ misperceptions

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is fairly common among children. However, because of parents’ lack of knowledge, the disorder cannot be identified and treated in a timely manner.

Second round of Geneva II talks over Syria kicks off, rift remains

 Syrian government and opposition delegates resume the second round of talks Monday morning.

Health Minister speaks out over child vaccines

VietNamNet Bridge – Minister of Health Nguyen Thi Kim Tien publicly sent her condolences and deepest sympathy towards the families of three infants who died after being vaccinated against hepatitis B in central Quang Tri Province in July.

Fake doctors a big problem in HCM City

 VietNamNet Bridge – Many people claim to be doctors by simply buying a practice certificate, a practice that is getting more popular in HCM City.

Draft law sees tougher social insurance rules

 VietNamNet Bridge – Enterprises that delay paying social insurance will be subject to a fine three times higher than the current level if the amended draft Social Insurance Law goes into effect.

Vietnam “loses” $1 billion because of poor healthcare

Each year about 40,000 Vietnam go abroad for medical treatment. They spend more than $1 billion for medical services abroad, according to incomplete statistics of the health sector.