Read what is in the news today:
— Vietnam recorded zero novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases on Sunday. The country’s tally stood at 1,049, with 815 having recovered and 35 fatalities on Monday morning.
— Fifty-three Vietnamese babies returned to Vietnam from South Korea without parents due to COVID-19 on Sunday and have been quarantined with their guardians at a centralized facility in Bau Bang District, located in the southern province of Binh Duong.
— Three people have been hospitalized as a car plowed into a group of vehicles stopping at a red light in Ho Chi Minh City’s Binh Tan District on Sunday night.
— Forty-two out of nearly 100 people partying at an illegal karaoke shop in Ho Chi Minh City’s Binh Tan District have tested positive for drugs after police raided the facility on Sunday.
— The Voice of Vietnam (VOV), a national radio broadcaster, held a ceremony in Hanoi on Sunday to celebrate its 75th founding anniversary (September 7, 1945).
— The Vietnamese MoMo e-wallet has a total of 20 million users ten years after its debut in the Vietnamese market in 2010, its developer M_Service has announced.
— Hit by a coronavirus outbreak, the Czech Republic named a new squad on Sunday for its next UEFA Nations League game with 21 out of the 23 players having never played for the national team before, including the goalkeeper Filip Nguyen who is of Vietnamese descent, according to the Associated Press.
— World number one Novak Djokovic was disqualified from the U.S. Open on Sunday after hitting a line judge with the ball after a point during his fourth round match against Spain’s Pablo Carreno Busta, Reuters reported.