Read what is in the news today:
-- Vietnam Airlines announced on Tuesday evening that it will temporarily suspend regular flights on the Vietnam - Russia air route, starting from March 25, until further notice.
-- The number of passengers of the Cat Linh - Ha Dong urban railway route has increased over 30 percent in the past two weeks, Vu Hong Truong, director of Hanoi Railway Co. Ltd., the unit that directly operates the service, said on Tuesday.
-- Forty-eight residents and tourists showed symptoms of food poisoning after eating sandwiches made by Lien Hoa, a famous brand in Da Lat City, Lam Dong Province from March 18 to Monday.
-- Work on the expansion of Nguyen Van Linh Avenue in District 7, Ho Chi Minh City has begun to increase its number of lanes from six to ten as the project is expected to ease traffic congestion and rainwater inundation that often happen on this road.
-- Nearly 48,000 people have declared their COVID-19 infections online after the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Health introduced the service a week ago, an official said on Tuesday.
-- Vietnam has spent more than US$865 million importing COVID-19 test kits since the respiratory disease was first reported in the country in early 2020, according to statistics of the General Department of Customs.
-- The headquarters of the Can Tho City Confederation of Labor has been seriously degraded, with large cracks appearing inside the building and plastic bags hung on its gate, making it look like an abandoned place.
-- The Vietnam National Children’s Hospital officially inaugurated the first breast milk bank in Hanoi on Tuesday after four months of trial.
-- The General Department of Customs announced on Tuesday the forced re-exportation of 25 containers of Monazite concentrate with radioactive uranium and thorium from Russia.
-- Vietnam playmaker Nguyen Quang Hai will leave Hanoi FC on a free transfer as his current deal will expire on April 12, after negotiations over an extension have broken down, the football club announced on Tuesday evening.