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At least 2,500 factory workers in Vietnam resumed work on Feb 20, following days of strike. They were protesting the return of their colleagues from China amid the COVID-19 outbreak. The strike had begun at a toy factory in Ha Nam province, south of the country’s capital. Workers alleged that at least five workers returning from China did not go through the mandatory 14-day quarantine period. Vietnam has reported 16 COVID-19 infections so far.

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6 Replies to “COVID-19: Factory workers in Vietnam resume work following days of strike”

  1. Please do not trust Vietnam, they do not take corona virus seriously, they will cover up if people die from Corona virus. So many people from China enter to Vietnam, they did not quarantine them. It will spread the whole country pretty soon, then a lot of people will die because Vietnam still very poor.

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