[Viêt Nam] COVID-19: Why Vietnam’s Second Positive Wave Might Not Be Entirely Negative
Auteur : Y Chan
Production : The Vietnamese. Independent and non-profit online magazine in Vietnam. It was launched on November 8th, 2017 by a group of Vietnamese activists and independent journalists.
Diffusion : site du magazine The Vietnamese.
Date : 7 août 2020.
After nearly 100 days of zero new confirmed cases in the local community, within the last 10 days, there has been a jump in the number of patients contracting the virus in various cities in Vietnam. […] While this new surge seems to have caught the entire nation by surprise, in reality it is a scenario that was long written on the wall, with the pandemic having never really ceased to rock countries after it first appeared on the world stage in January 2020 (the first reported case outside of China). And though it has created a new scare among citizens, it is a positive and necessary alarm. […]
Source : Y Chan, « COVID-19: Why Vietnam’s Second Positive Wave Might Not Be Entirely Negative », The Vietnamese, 07/08/2020. URL : https://www.thevietnamese.org/2020/08/covid-19-why-vietnams-second-positive-wave-might-not-be-entirely-negative/ (consulté le 18/08/2020).
Photo « à la une » : Vietnamese people quickly wear masks as protective gears. © The Vietnamese