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Covid forces workers to quit social security

The Vietnam Social Security has said it is “concerned” that Covid-19 has forced many people to exit the social insurance safety net.In the first 10 months of this year more than 700,000 people registered to exit the social insurance scheme and withdraw the accumulated premiums ...

Hong Chieu, Le Tuyet

Drastic measures needed to encourage workers to join social and health insurance

Many businesses have scaled down production and reduced their workforce due to the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to a decrease in the number of those participating in social and health insurance, as well as an increase in unpaid social security debts, experts have said.Vietnam Social Security and local social ...

Vietnam population might peak 10 years earlier than UN forecast: Lancet study

Vietnam’s population might peak at 107.25 million in 2044, a decade earlier than forecast by the U.N. last year, according to a recent study.The study, published on medical journal The Lancet on Tuesday, forecasts population scenarios from 2018 to 2100 for 195 countries and territories ...

Phan Anh

Drug bidding saves $10 million

The national centralised bidding for 20 types of drugs covered by health insurance has helped save VNĐ251.13 billion (US$10.9 million) on drugs, said Dương Tuấn Đức, director of the Centre for Health Insurance Appraisal and Multi-level Payments in the North under Việt Nam Social Security.Keep ...

VNS Reporter

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