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Binh Dinh hosts “Magnetic Fields in the Universe” conference
Experts involved in astrophysical, space and laboratory plasmas and young researchers from 25 countries worldwide have gathered at the 7th edition of the series “Magnetic Fields in the Universe” that is taking place in Quy Nhon city, the south central province of Binh Dinh, from February 16-22.
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Binh Dinh to set up Covid-19 quarantine facility

The local authorities planned to establish a quarantine facility in Tay Son district to contain Covid-19 threat.Go »
Quy Nhon University, Izumisano City boost cooperation

The representatives of Quy Nhon University and Japan’s Izumisano City held a meeting on February 13, focusing on cooperation programmes.Go »
Suspected nCoV cases to be closely monitored

The Director of Pasteur Institute in Nha Trang Do Thai Hung asked Binh Dinh’s health sector to closely monitor all suspected coronavirus-infected cases in the community.Go »
Volunteers encouraged to donate blood

Two blood donation campaigns took place in districts of Hoai Nhon and Tuy Phuoc on February 5, collecting a total of 170 units of blood.Go »
Binh Dinh steps up efforts in preventing nCoV

Binh Dinh Chairman Ho Quoc Dung yesterday (February 2) went on an inspection of solutions to fight against the risk of nCoV spread at Binh Dinh Hospital.Go »
Binh Dinh ready to prevent risk of nCoV spread

While the central province of Binh Dinh has seen no novel coronavirus (nCoV)-affected cases so far, the local relevant bodies stand ready to prevent the risk of nCoV spread in the province, Director of Binh Dinh Department of Health Le Quang Hung said on January 29.Go »
Total of 98,000 Tet gifts donated to poor people

A total of 98,000 gifts have been donated to poor people in the central province of Binh Dinh, ensuring everyone to enjoy the upcoming Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday.Go »
Goodwill for Tet holiday

It is easy to recognize volunteers doing their work as the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday is coming. They have brought Tet gifts to disadvantaged people across the province.Go »
South Korean students join voluntary work in Binh Dinh

Students coming from South Korea and Quy Nhon University’s students have participated in some voluntary programmes in districts in the central province of Binh Dinh.Go »
Lepers presented with Tet gifts

A programme dedicated to people having leprosy and their families was held on January 13 at Quy Hoa National Leprosy and Dermatology Hospital.Go »
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