Relapsed patient recovers, no new cases reportedLearning pressure is the biggest concern for children: surveyNo new cases reported on Tuesday morningFour new cases reported on Monday eveningViệt Nam records two more imported cases of COVID-19 Representatives of the trade union of the local industrial parks and local authority call upon a landlord to reduce rent-room price for COVID-19 pandemic affected workers in Tam Thăng Commune. —Photo baoquangnam.vn QUẢNG NAM — Dozens of landlords have slashed room rental prices by 20-50 per cent to support hundreds of workers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in Tam Thăng Commune, the central province of Quảng Nam. The move aims to respond to the call from the trade union of 19 local industrial parks and local authorities to help workers overcome difficulties triggered by the pandemic. Mai Thị Thắng, a landlord of 12 rental rooms in the commune’s Vĩnh Bình Village said she had not collected rent for several months as she knew the workers were facing many problems. “Before the call of the trade union, I already thought of a reduction for my tenants,” she added. Normally, it costs about VNĐ700,000 (US$30) per room each month. But Thắng said once she started collecting again, she would reduce 20 per cent of the total… Read full this story
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