Vietnam reports 7,988 new cases on Monday

Update: 20:48 | 08/11/2021

Vietnam reports 7,988 new cases on Monday.

Vietnam, Covid-19 pandemic, ongoing outbreak, new cases, local infection, vaccination campaign
Bac Giang students stop going to school but keep studying amid Covid-19 pandemic
(BGO) – For ten days from October 26 to November 4, Covid-19 pandemic has outbroken at several localities in Bac Giang province including schools with severe impact on teaching and studying activities. The local authorities and educational sector have implemented various measures to reduce the consequences on the students.
Bac Giang concentrates on Covid-19 fights in IPs to secure production and supply chains
(BGO)- This wave of Covid-19 in some enterprises in the industrial parks (IPs) in the northern province of Bac Giang is evaluated a dangerous outbreak. Aiming to protect the supply chain in line with the experience in the pandemic fight so far, Bac Giang has striven to localize and rapidly contain the pandemic to maintain stable production of the enterprises in the IPs.
Covid pandemic leaves visible scars on Vietnam
Two years of the Covid-19 pandemic have scarred Vietnam economically, dragging down major sectors' revenues and sending unemployment soaring.
Covid-19: 7,504 new cases added to national tally
Vietnam recorded 7,504 new coronavirus infections, including 17 imported cases, in 60 cities and provinces across the country on November 5, an increase of 911 cases compared to the previous day.
Bac Giang urged to quickly contain Covid-19 pandemic
(BGO)- Duong Van Thai, Secretary of the provincial Party Committee, Head of the provincial Steering Committee for Covid-19 Prevention and Control of Bac Giang province (Steering Committee) on November 3 chaired a meeting on guidelines for the Covid-19 pandemic fight.
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