What you need to know today in Vietnam:
-- Vietnam reported zero new COVID-19 cases on Friday morning, with the tally standing at 2,488 and 1,920 recoveries, according to the Ministry of Health
-- Diageo Vietnam Limited on Thursday donated VND3 billion (US$129,500) to an initiative launched by Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper to help the Southeast Asian country buy COVID-19 vaccines.
-- Police in Hanoi are investigating accusations by four foreign women that they were sexually assaulted by young locals, aged 16-20, around Ho Tay (West Lake) in Tay Ho District.
-- Hanoi plans to vaccinate both residents and non-residents against COVID-19, Khong Minh Tuan, deputy director of the municipal Center for Disease Control said on Thursday.
-- A three-year-old girl who survived a fall from the 12th floor of an apartment building in Hanoi on February 28 was discharged from the hospital after five days of treatment on Friday morning.
-- The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Transport has filed a proposal to the People's Committee asking for permission for tourism and dining services to continue being offered at Bach Dang Wharf in District 1 till the end of 2022.
-- Women own 26.5 percent of companies in Vietnam, ranking ninth out of the 58 economies surveyed in the Mastercard Index of Women Entrepreneurs 2020.
-- "Chelsea moved into the Premier League's top four as Mason Mount's superb first-half goal earned them a 1-0 win at champions Liverpool who suffered a club-record fifth straight home league defeat on Thursday," Reuters reported.
-- "A strong 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck off the east of New Zealand’s North Island on Friday, prompting a tsunami warning that was later withdrawn, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre (PTWC) said, although residents were asked to stay alert," Reuters reported.