HÀ NỘI — The Drug Administration of Vietnam (DAV) requires all local drug manufacturing, exporting and importing firms to suspend the export of drugs used in the treatment of COVID-19 from April 16. Tiếp tục đọc “Việt Nam to stop exporting COVID-19 treatment medicines from April 16”
The Department of Information Security has warned people not to use Zoom Cloud Meetings because of its security vulnerabilities.
The video conferencing app has been making headlines recently for security breaches, leakages of personal information and unauthorized entry for people to meetings and online lessons, now dubbed zoombombing.
The Vietnam Cyber Emergency Rescue Center (VNCERT) and the Department of Information Security under the Ministry of Information and Communication said the leaked contents from Zoom include emails, passwords and URLs of meetings with chat room passwords attached.
ASEAN nations are increasing production of face masks and other medical equipment. By exporting them all over the world, Vietnam stands to make diplomatic and economic gains.
By John Pennington
The coronavirus pandemic has given rise to plenty of new terminology, a recent example being ‘face mask diplomacy’. China led the way by exporting face masks, testing kits, ventilators and thermometers, but as this type of ‘diplomacy’ develops, a new challenger has emerged: Vietnam. Tiếp tục đọc “How Vietnam is making gains through ‘face mask diplomacy’”
US investigates possibility of Covid-19 spread originating in Chinese lab 03:32
(CNN)US intelligence and national security officials say the United States government is looking into the possibility that the novel coronavirus spread from a Chinese laboratory rather than a market, according to multiple sources familiar with the matter who caution it is premature to draw any conclusions.