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Over the past 20 years, after finishing work Mau Van Phi usually drives his old motorbike to offer medical check-ups and treatment to impoverished people, mostly of the Raglai ethnicity, in Khanh Vinh District in the central province of Khanh Hoa.

Vietnam to be a popular choice in post-pandemic time: UK news site

Vietnam is set to be a prime destination for travel after COVID-19, with its expert handling of the pandemic, noted an article published by UK news site

Public universities in HCM City to hike tuition

A number of public universities in HCM City that have been granted financial autonomy are planning to increase tuition in the 2020-21 academic year.

HCM City improves quality of health care with 20 doctors per 10,000 people

Ho Chi Minh City has reached its goal to have 20 doctors per 10,000 people after implementation of a five-year programme on improving the quality of health care services for local residents.

Vietnam named best COVID-19 fighter globally by Politico

The US news website Politico has ranked Vietnam the best performer worldwide in the fight against COVID-19.

Vietnamese PM: no treatment discrimination but resolute quarantine against COVID-19

PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc yesterday emphasised both the requirement for no treatment discrimination against those who have gone through regions hit by COVID-19 to Vietnam and the need to step up quarantine.

Gauging impact of nCoV on Vietnam

At this point of time, it might be impossible to fully gauge the implications of the novel coronavirus outbreak (nCoV) on the local economy.

Millions of people to join 2015 Olympic Day Run for public health

 VietNamNet Bridge – The 2015 Olympic Day Run for public health will be simultaneously organised at 7am in provinces and cities across the country on March 22, hoping to receive an enthusiastic response from millions of people.

WHO suggests graphic warnings in tobacco control

 Smoking is a big problem in China, the world's largest tobacco consumer, and now the World Health Organization (WHO) wants tobacco warning labels to be more vivid.

Fast food comes with severe asthma, eczema on the side: New Zealand researchers

Your kids' cravings for yet another burger and fries meal could come with a side order of severe asthma, eczema or rhinoconjunctivitis, New Zealand researchers warned Tuesday.