VGP - Students at high schools and vocational training centers in Ha Noi are expected to back to class on December 6 if the places have no new Covid-19 infections for two weeks.
VGP – The capital city of Ha Noi, the southern metropolis of Ho Chi Minh City and Phu Quoc Island in the southern province of Kien Giang have made it onto the global list of 100 greatest places to explore on Earth as voted by Time magazine.
VGP - The Ha Noi Health Department allocated 304,140 doses to 30 districts to give the first jab to children aged 15-17 studying and living in the city on November 23.
VGP – Over 27,000 ninth-grade students of 17 districts with low risk of COVID-19 headed back to schools on November 22.
VGP – Ha Noi would create the most favorable ways for businesses and taxpayers to turn to e-invoicing and address their concerns during the process, said Chairman of the Ha Noi People’s Committee Chu Ngoc Anh.
VGP - The Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union in Ha Noi held a ceremony to honor 90 valedictorians from universities in the Temple of Literature on November 18.
VGP – The gap between the first and second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine is to be cut to four weeks from eight, according to the Ha Noi Department of Health.
VGP – Ha Noi has made a plan to set up 508 makeshift medical stations in densely populated areas, industrial parks, and export processing zones, according to Deputy Director of the Hanoi Department of Health Tran Van Chung.
VGP – As of late November 8, 100 out of 12,027 returnees to Ha Noi, were confirmed to be positive for Coronavirus, including 61 fully vaccinated and 24 partially vaccinated, according to the Ha Noi Department of Health.