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- PM asks for speeding up manufacturing medical equipment, ventilators as transmission risk still remainsVGP – Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has required the Ministry of Health to speed up COVID-19 treatment training, building field hospitals, and manufacturing more medical equipment, especially ventilators as the risk of widespread community transmission still remains.
- VGP – Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Thursday held phone talks over the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) prevention and control.
- VGP – The Viet Nam Immigration Department has issued guidelines on extension of temporary residence for foreigners in Viet Nam who are unable to exit Viet Nam to return home due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
- VGP – The Ministry of Health has confirmed that one more British patient has been cleared of the virus, bringing total recovered patients to 58.
- VGP – Two hospitals announced Monday that 30 more COVID-19 patients have recovered, bringing the total to 55.
- VGP – Four more patients have been cleared of the virus and discharged from Cu Chi field hospital in Ho Chi Minh City on Sunday, raising total recovered cases to 25, the Ministry of Health has confirmed.
- VGP – The GDP growth rate fell to decade low of 3.82% in the first quarter this year due to negative impacts of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic which is spreading swiftly and complicatedly across the world.
- VGP – Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc announced the Vietnamese Government has decided to offer US$200,000 in medical aid to help Laos and Cambodia fight the novel coronavirus pandemic.
- VGP – Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam called on each citizen to uphold responsibility to protect health and even life of himself and surrounding people as the current COVID-19 fight demands 'high-level of focus.'
- VGP – The United Kingdom’s Financial Times, the worldʼs leading global business publication on March 24 published an article, highlighting that Viet Nam’s coronavirus offensive wins praise for low-cost model.