On the first working day after the lunar New Year (Tet holiday), the streets of Saigon bustled again, but there were no traffic jams.
On the morning of February 17 (the 6th day of the lunar new year), people flocked to the streets to go to work on the first working day after a 7-day holiday.
From the early morning, traffic on the roads leading to the city center began to bustle.
Truong Chinh road at 7:00am was crowded with vehicles.
Truong Chinh Road.
Lang Cha Ca T-junction, the gateway to Tan Son Nhat airport, is crowded.
The intersection of Hoang Van Thu - Nguyen Van Troi.
|After the ceremony, the staff gather to receive lucky money.|
Students in HCM City will continue their online study sessions instead of going to school after the Tet holidays, in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19, according to an official dispatch of the municipal People’s Committee on February 14.
During his years at International University under the Vietnam National University-HCM City, Phan Ngoc Hung graduated with top honours and was the valedictorian in both his undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes.