3 more COVID-19 patients retest positive after recovery in Vietnam
Three more Vietnamese people have tested positive again for the coronavirus (COVID- 19) after a full recovery, Vietnam News Agency reported on Monday.
Black Cats Are Boiled Into Paste And Sold As Coronavirus Remedy In Vietnam
Black cats are being killed and boiled into a paste in Vietnam amid rumours claiming that their ground-up bodies can cure coronavirus. According to an animal rights charity organization, No To Dog Meat, black cats are being boiled, skinned, cooked then turned into a paste. The charity says the practice is centred around the capital…
Edo allays fears over COVID-19, warns trouble makers to stay away from Benin
The Coronavirus outbreak may have caused disruptions of sports schedules across the world, but the Edo State government says there is no chance it would cause the shift of the forthcoming National Sports Festival
Vietnam quarantines area with 10,000 residents over coronavirus
More than 10,000 people in villages near Vietnam's capital were placed under quarantine Thursday after six cases of the deadly new coronavirus were discovered there, authorities said.
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A SARS-like virus has claimed 26 lives since emerging on December 31 in a market in the Chinese city of Wuhan.
Michelle Obama, Julia Roberts urge Vietnam girls to stay in school
Former US first lady Michelle Obama and Hollywood A-lister Julia Roberts toured a high school in rural Vietnam on Monday, urging a classroom of teenage girls to stay focused on their education to transform their lives.
Final remains of UK truck victims arrive in Vietnam
The final remains of the 39 people found dead in a truck in Britain last month arrived in Vietnam Saturday, the foreign ministry said, returning them to bereft families after weeks of waiting. The victims were among the 31 men and eight women discovered in a refrigerated lorry in Essex, east of London, on October…
First bodies of UK truck victims arrive in Vietnam
The first remains of the 39 people found dead in a truck in Britain last month arrived in Vietnam Wednesday where they were met by huge crowds of sobbing relatives who have been waiting weeks for their return.
Vietnam jails music teacher for 'undermining' state
Vietnam sentenced a music teacher to 11 years in prison on Friday for Facebook posts that allegedly undermined the one-party state, which has been accused of tightening the noose on online dissent.