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No Vietnamese students in China infected with nCoV so far - embassy
The 17 Vietnamese students and their relatives in Wuhan city, the Chinese province of Hubei, where an acute respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus (nCoV) is raging, are currently in stable health and psychological condition, the Vietnamese Embassy in China said on January 26.
The Foreign Ministry of Vietnam said the embassy has given instructions on how to respond to the disease to the citizens while liaising with local authorities to extend the visa for one Vietnamese tourist stranded in Hubei due to the nCoV outbreak.
The embassy has yet to record any Vietnamese students infected with the virus.
The Foreign Ministry has ordered Vietnam’s overseas representative agencies to keep a close watch on the epidemic and ready their hotlines to support Vietnamese citizens when necessary.
Those seeking help can dial the citizen protection hotline of the Vietnamese Embassy in China +8613120363638; the Vietnamese consulates general in Shanghai +8613661537498, in Kunming 0086 13099948529, in Nanning +8618587897059, in Guangzhou +8613247675268, and in Hong Kong +85225914510; or the citizen protection switchboard +84981 84 84 84.
By the end of January 26, 80 deaths from the nCoV-caused disease and 2,744 infected cases had been reported in China.
The virus has spread to more than 10 countries around the world./.
No Vietnamese students in China infected with nCoV so far - embassy(Tuesday, September 1, 2020)
Vietnam Consulate General in Kunming, China to attend the activities in the framework of sub-regional countries Mekong (GMS), Fair China - South Asia Import Export Fair in Kunming 2015 in the city of Kunming, Yunnan province, China.(Saturday, April 30, 2016)
Vietnam Consulate General in Kunming celebrated the 70th National Day of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam(Saturday, April 30, 2016)
Comrade Consul General attended the seminar Vietnam - China 65 years in Kunming(Saturday, April 30, 2016)
Vietnam Consulate General in Kunming, China plans to introduce rehabilitation opening routes Kunming - Hanoi, opening new routes Kunming - Ho Chi Minh City and participate in activities to promote Vietnam tourism Male after implementing new routes.(Saturday, April 30, 2016)
Attend activities Yunnan Information Newspaper organizations(Saturday, April 30, 2016)
Ceremony and awarded a diploma for students in countries Pedagogical University Yunnan(Saturday, April 30, 2016)
Nguyen Chinh Thang Consul General attended the trade fair border tourism Xi Shuang Ban 17th Na(Saturday, April 30, 2016)
Nguyen Chinh Thang Consul General awarded the friendly soccer students at Yunnan University(Saturday, April 30, 2016)
Consulate General worked with University Financial Yunnan(Saturday, April 30, 2016)
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Consulate General of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in Kunming (China)
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Website : http://vnconsulate-kunming.mofa.gov.vn/en-us/