Update news safety

Measures to ensure safety during the upcoming holidays were discussed at a meeting of the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control on April 29.

Honda Vietnam resumes automobile, bike production from April 23

Honda Vietnam announced on late April 22 that it will resume the production of automobiles and motorbikes from April 23 after 22 days of suspension to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ferrymen put safety first in Ninh Binh Province

 VietNamNet Bridge – Tran Van Hieu from Ninh Binh Province’s Gia Trung Commune has been working as a ferryman for 35 years.

Scientists: no need to worry about Chinese nuke reactors near border

The Vietnam Agency for Radiation and Nuclear Safety (Varans) said Vietnam and China have agreed to set up a channel to exchange information and cooperate in nuclear power technology.

Private garbage vehicles kick up a stink in HCMC

 VietNamNet Bridge – Trieu Thi Thoa of HCM City’s District 6 says when her neighbours see a vehicle come to collect garbage, all of them close their doors immediately to avoid its stench.

Teachers make toys to engage children

 VietNamNet Bridge – As part of a national programme to promote physical activities in preschool, teachers have been encouraged to make handmade toys for children aged five and under who attend kindergartens.

Daring foreigners taking over Vietnam agriculture

 VietNamNet Bridge – Foreigners are increasingly taking over traditionally Vietnamese business industries – and agriculture is no exception – thanks to their innovative approach and willingness to take risks, according to one expert.

VN great country for solo travellers: US magazine

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam has been ranked the sixth best country for solo travellers by US magazine Travel+Leisure.

Travel firms complain that policies fight against tourism development

VietNamNet Bridge – The government has decided that tourism is one of the key industries of the national economy. However, the current policies don’t support the development.

Tourists' safety is of vital importance

 VietNamNet Bridge – Tourist safety is paramount, says Vietravel Company director Nguyen Quoc Ky.

New wooden tourist boats banned next May

 VietNamNet Bridge – Building new wooden tour boats equipped with sleeping cabins will be forbidden starting from May 1, 2013 in an effort to ensure tourists’ safety after some boat sinking accidents in 2011.