Preventive methods against COVID-19 transmission

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Preventive methods against COVID-19 transmission

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Introduction

coronaviruses are a group of viruses with little protein spikes that resemble a crown, or “corona” in Latin, hence the name. Regarding prevention against Covid-19, multiple measures have been provided, in which digital initiatives are of paramount importance.

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Basic preventive methods

Wear a mask Keep a 6-feet distance (about two arm lengths) from others Avoid crowds and poorly ventilated spaces Wash your hands often Cover coughs and sneezes Clean and disinfect touch surfaces on a daily basis Monitor your health daily

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E-learning and telecommuting

E-learning is distance education conveyed through the means of technology, in this case, the Internet (Siemens, 2015). Same perception can be applied to distance working. Method application in Vietnam TV learning sessions at a fixed period of time Online lessons on digital platforms such as Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams Challenges Lack of stable Internet connection, most eminently seen in remote areas

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Via self-isolation Digital initiatives

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The Bluezone application is run by the Ministry of Health Information and Communications and the Ministry of Health, with the Prime Minister's approval, to safeguard the community from the covid-19 epidemic. The Bluezone program is a Bluetooth-based application that helps users identify people in the community who are afflicted or suspected of being contaminated with Covid-19. People can scan the QR code to submit an electronic medical declaration Vietnam Health Declaration application allows people entering Vietnam to make medical declarations and monitor the epidemic situation

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social distancing and virus tracking

Vietnam employs the media network to disseminate government messages such as the 5K rule to the general public. Furthermore, the propaganda posters and movies are all aimed at the same goal of combating the pandemic, and individuals are advised to stay at home. Automatic temperature scanners can be used in Vietnam to avoid interpersonal touch and obtain the most precise temperature readings.

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Partnerships between Vietnam and other Organizations

WHO will proceed with its nearby coordinated effort with the Ministry of Health in the coming time and affirmed the adequacy of Vietnam's COVID-19 reaction framework. Health organization introduced to Vietnam in excess of 290,300 individual defensive hardware (PPE), almost 1.4 million face veils and 740 ventilators, which significantly added to Vietnam's endeavours to handle COVID-19. USAID is giving $9.5 million to its accomplices in Vietnam to react to COVID-19. Almost 150 specialists, medical attendants, and research centre professionals took part in their training, and three clinics got specialized help on IPC and pandemic readiness.

Minister of Health Nguyen Thanh Long and World Health Organization (WHO) co-led a health association meeting in Hanoi named "Health Partnerships and Cooperation in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic".

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Minister of Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha requests UNICEF’s support in distance learning

UNICEF's help and spaces of joint effort with the Vietnamese training area in avoidance and reaction to COVID-19. Minister Phung Xuan Nha underlined that guaranteeing wellbeing for understudies is the main goal.  All schools were shut, MOET has carried out distance learning on the web and TV.

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Reference list

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Reference list

ReliefWeb . 2021. USAID Helps Vietnam Respond to the COVID-19 Pandemic by Strengthening Infection and Prevention Control (IPC) in Hospitals - Viet Nam . [online] Available at: <https:// reliefweb.int /report/ viet-nam /usaid-helps-vietnam-respond-covid-19-pandemic-strengthening-infection-and-prevention> [Accessed 24 June 2021]. En.nhandan.vn . 2020. Vietnam bolsters health partnerships to tackle COVID-19 . [online] Available at: <https:// en.nhandan.vn /society/item/9363502-vietnam-bolsters-health-partnerships-to-tackle-covid-19.html> [Accessed 24 June 2021]. Unicef.org . 2020. Minister of Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha requests UNICEF’s support in distance learning . [online] Available at: <https:// www.unicef.org / vietnam /stories/minister-education-and-training-phung-xuan-nha-requests-unicefs-support-distance-learning> [Accessed 24 June 2021].

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