Check out what is in the news today:
-- Police are investigating an incident in which a mother was killed and two children were hospitalized in critical conditions, following a series of alleged gunshots in the central province of Quang Tri on Sunday night.
-- The Department of Health in the south-central province of Khanh Hoa on Sunday told Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper that the death of a child patient in the hospital nearly 20 days ago was not related to a new coronavirus outbreak from China. She tested positive for an old strain of coronavirus, not the new one which has been spreading in China and all over the world.
-- The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) allowed Vietnamese budget carrier VietJet Air to run four exceptional flights from Khanh Hoa to the Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicenter of a novel coronavirus outbreak, to fly Chinese tourists back home after an order to cancel all flights between Vietnam and Wuhan, Hubei Province. The flights returned empty with no passengers and all crew members underwent health check-ups while the aircraft were sterilized in line with regulations, according to Vietnam's Deputy Minister of Transport Le Anh Tuan.
-- Da Nang General Hospital on Sunday said twelve people including seven Chinese nationals who have been put in isolation in the central Vietnamese city over the new coronavirus the same day showed no signs of pneumonia and have been recovering. They were under observation as they all have fevers and recent contact with high-risk subjects.
-- Under a master plan for developing Mui Ne National Tourism Site to 2025 with a vision for 2030 recently approved by the prime minister, the Mui Ne beach in the south central province of Binh Thuan is set to become one of the most-visited destinations in the Asia-Pacific by 2030, projected to attract around nine million visitors including 1.5 million foreigners in 2025.