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-- National carrier Vietnam Airlines on Wednesday said it had temporarily suspended its flight attendant D.T.H., who is also known as Vietnam’s COVID-19 patient 1,342, in order to consider firing him for violating COVID-19 quarantine regulations.
-- Vietnam Airlines on Wednesday apologized after one of its flight attendants failed to comply with quarantine regulations, leading to COVID-19 infections in the community.
-- Police in Ho Chi Minh City’s Thu Duct District are investigating a case in which a woman’s body was found on the Saigon River on Wednesday with half of her head and her right hand having disappeared.
-- The Ministry of Education and Training has requested educational institutions to take measures including face mask donning and hand sanitizing to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
-- Vietnam’s COVID-19 tally on Thursday morning reached 1,358, with 1,201 recoveries and 35 deaths, according to the Ministry of Health.
-- At least one was injured in an accident which involved eight vehicles including five trucks, one tractor-trailer, one pick-up truck, and one seven-seater car at An Suong Bridge in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 12 on Wednesday afternoon.
-- Vietnamese and Chinese firms on Wednesday joined an online meeting held by the Science-Technology and Innovation Center under the northern city of Hai Phong’s Department of Science and Technology, which hoped to help businesses in the city and nearby provinces such as Hai Duong and Nam Dinh select suitable technologies and equipment from China, according to the Vietnam News Agency.
-- More than 20,000 metric tons of books are on sale at a book fair at Hoa Lu Stadium in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 1 from December 2 to 6.
-- The People’s Committee of Da Nang and Sweden’s Boras City on Wednesday held a virtual meeting on the implementation of the 'Scientific Education for Da Nang’s Sustainable Development' cooperation project, aimed at promoting scientific research and start-ups among local students, according to the Vietnam News Agency.