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-- Vietnam’s Ministry of Health reported 2,498 COVID-19 cases on Saturday, raising the national tally to 11,437,970, with 10,287,143 recoveries and 43,126 deaths.
-- Vietnamese Minister of Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son on Saturday paid a visit to the residence of British Ambassador to Vietnam Iain Frew to extend his condolences over the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
-- At least three people were injured after an automobile crashed into five motorcycles and one bicycle in Ho Chi Minh City on Saturday afternoon.
-- A single mother in Dong Thap Province, located in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta region, has recently decided to donate her daughter’s heart, liver, kidneys, and corneas for medical purposes after the 25-year-old woman passed away due to a traumatic brain injury from an accident.
-- Three members from a family passed away due to serious burn injuries after being rescued from a fire that engulfed a bed sheet factory in Hanoi on Saturday afternoon.
-- Police in Ho Chi Minh City announced on Saturday the deportation of 14 foreigners who were captured illegally entering Vietnam in search of work in the country or in Cambodia.
-- On Saturday, five tons of fish, including over twenty varieties of rare and distinctive species, were released into the Hau River, connecting An Giang Province, Dong Thap Province, and Can Tho City in Vietnam's Mekong Delta region, in order to replenish the river's aquatic resources.
-- An eight-year-old girl from northern Hung Yen Province drowned after falling into a pond while participating in a Mid-Autumn Festival event in the neighborhood on Saturday afternoon.
-- A blaze broke out at an apartment in District 8, Ho Chi Minh City on Saturday evening, as a resident burnt incense, causing significant property damage but no casualties.