There are few things that make me happier than seeing my house go up for sale.It means that the time I spent on finding a new place to live is now over, and I can start to make plans for the future.Unfortunately, finding a home is often quite difficult in Vietnam.The country is a very conservative society, and the country doesn't really want to give up on you and your dreams.In order to get a hous...
By The Times Of IndiaA month after his coronavirus diagnosis, Dr. Joseph S. Gans is spending the last month of his life in a nursing home.
The 76-year-old is one of the lucky few who survived the pandemic.
He had not been ill and was able to return to work, but he was not able to take advantage of the new healthcare services available in Vietnam.
Gans was diagnosed with COVID-19 on March 10, 2017, and was put on a ventilator and placed on a life support machine.
The hospital, which was not equipped to handle him, had no beds or medical equipment.
On the morning of March 14, he was declared dead.
The family had to make arrangements for his funeral.
It was not possible for Gans to attend.
The funeral of a loved one in Vietnam can be fraught with complications and there are few services that are not fraught with controversy.
In February, a woman who was attending a funeral for a loved friend in the city of Hanoi and was admitted to the hospital was discharged without treatment.
The woman was later found dead, allegedly from COVID.
The next day, the woman’s husband told a news channel that he had witnessed her being discharged from the hospital and was not told why she was discharged.
The incident is just one in a string of such cases.
In 2017, at least 12 people died and dozens were hospitalized after being discharged after hospitalizations for COVID at the end of the pandemics.
In 2018, at a funeral in Lhasa, Tibet, a man who had a heart condition and a brain tumor was admitted in the intensive care unit with a heart problem.
In 2019, at the funeral of an older woman, a pregnant woman in her 50s who had suffered a stroke was declared brain dead after a stroke occurred at the hospital.
In November, the funeral for an elderly woman who had passed away in the past was cancelled after she had died of COVID, a medical official said.
The healthcare system is not designed to cope with this situation, the official said, adding that many of the hospitals in Vietnam do not have adequate facilities to handle the number of people in the ICU.
Vietnam is a signatory to the UN Convention on the International Conventions on Coronavirus, a treaty which lays out the rules for health care for people who have been exposed to a virus and for other persons in the world.
The convention requires countries to provide free medical care to all people who are ill, including those who are in hospitals.
The United States is one signatory.