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— Vietnam reported zero new COVID-19 cases on Monday morning, marking the country’s tally at 2,554 with 2,086 recoveries, according to the Ministry of Health.
— Police in the southern province of Binh Phuoc on Sunday said they had captured five Chinese, aged 19 to 23, who had illegally entered Vietnam to get to Ho Chi Minh City one day earlier.
— The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee has recently reported to the Ministry of Planning and Investment the implementation of the city’s second metro line Ben Thanh – Tham Luong connecting District 1 and District 12, expecting construction work to begin in 2022.
— A worker from Vietnam Poyun Electronics Co. Ltd., located at Cong Hoa Industrial Park in Chi Linh City, northern Hai Duong Province tested positive for COVID-19 while she was being isolated at home in Quang Ninh Province, the Quang Ninh Center for Disease Control said on Sunday. She had finished centralized quarantine and tested negative eight times before.
— Authorities in Vietnam’s northern province of Ha Nam have tried their best to prevent the spread of COVID-19 as around 50,000 people had flocked to the province’s famous Tam Chuc Pagoda on Sunday.
— 'Bo Gia,' (The Father), a movie directed and produced by famed comedian Tran Thanh, on Sunday grossed over VND200 billion (US$8.7 million) and became Vietnam’s highest grossing movie by domestic revenue.
— An international watercolor painting exhibition titled 'Arts and Peace' will run until March 19 at the Vietnam Watercolor Art in Phu Nhuan District, Ho Chi Minh City, featuring 60 paintings by artists from 17 countries such as France, Japan, the Netherlands, Thailand and Vietnam, the Vietnam News Agency reported on Sunday.
— Many universities in Hanoi will welcome students back to campuses today after a long break to prevent the spread of COVID-19.