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Building cities and smart domestic and international connections is one of the important issues in urban sustainable development. However, many problems in the process exist.

Nationally shared digital platforms will create a unified Vietnam: Minister

This is the message the Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung conveyed when delivering a speech at a ceremony launching Telehealth, the platform that allows medical examinations to be conducted from a distance.

More than 14 urgent notifications about Covid-19 transmitted via Zalo in 2021

Zalo, with 67 million active users, plays an important role in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic in Vietnam.

'Made-in-Vietnam' apps facilitate mutual support amid COVID-19

Technology has not only helped to connect hospitals together but also linked doctors with those need advice, and disadvantaged people with those who can assist them in a bid to drive back the COVID-19 pandemic together.

One QR Code to be used for all anti-Covid apps, technological platforms

The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) has released technical guidance on the personal QR Code to be used nationwide.

 

VNEID mobile app expected to be used as Covid green pass in HCMC

Information about Covid-19 vaccination, patients and travel permits will be integrated into the VNEID mobile app, which can be used as a Covid green pass when HCMC eases its mobility restrictions.

'Make-in-Vietnam' Covid-19 maps used widely

Many Covid-19 digital map systems have been created to provide people with official updated information.

How are localities using high technologies to fight Covid-19?

While Da Nang, Bac Giang and Quang Ninh have been using It well to fight the pandemic, Hanoi has not deployed technology at the same level, especially for management procedures.

Minister of Information and Communications discusses digital transformation in education

On the occasion of the new academic year 2021-2022, Minister of MIC Nguyen Manh Hung has written the following article about digital transformation in education.

Technology helps 4,000 volunteers, doctors treat Covid patients from a distance

Nearly 4,000 doctors and trained volunteers have joined ‘Thay thuoc dong hanh’ (Companion physicians) network to give support to Covid-19 patients in HCM City, Hanoi and Binh Duong province.

Three technology platforms set up for compulsory use nationwide

The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) has asked leaders of cities/provinces to set up three technology platforms for compulsory nationwide use to prevent and control Covid-19.

Which technologies are being used to supervise home-quarantined people?

HCMC has officially allowed F1 cases to quarantine at home since July 17. The new policy is implemented with modern technologies.

Vietnamese can best solve domestic problems

‘Make in Vietnam’ online conferencing platforms show that Vietnam’s problems are best solved by Vietnamese, but Vietnamese people need to give these platforms an opportunity to be used and improved.

Fighting pandemic: Vietnam chooses ‘slow but sure’ way

Vietnam might reach the ‘finish line’ – vaccination and herd immunity – later than Europe and the US by five to six months, but it would prefer to go slowly and carefully.

 

Using high technology: A must to fight Covid-19

The local authorities of many cities and provinces, including Hanoi, Bac Ninh and Quang Ninh, have instructed people to apply technological solutions to fight the Covid-19 pandemic as recommended by MIC.

Number of downloads for Bluezone app is high, but many accounts go unused

Some cities and provinces have seen 35-40 percent of their population downloading the Bluezone app. However, the number of active accounts is not high.

Covid-19 vigilance still needed as Vietnam continues negotiations on vaccination purchases

Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam and the World Health Organization (WHO) representative Kidong Park have both noted that Covid-19 has been quietly spreading in the community.

Young woman finds success in logistics sector

Pham Khánh Linh, 27, the founder of Logivan, has been named on Forbes Vietnam's list of 30 Under 30.

Twenty smart city plans in pipeline

 VietNamNet Bridge – A smart city is an ideal place for people to live and work, but it is also a sustainable combination of robust economics, civil society and clean environment, 

'Ebola-proof' tablet device developed

 A tablet device that can withstand being doused in chlorine has been developed to help doctors caring for patients with Ebola.