From September 6, districts that have not recorded community cases will be able to reopen takeaway restaurants and some other service establishments.
Mr. Chu Ngoc Anh, Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee, this afternoon, September 15, issued a dispatch related to the adjustment of a number of anti-epidemic measures in the area.
According to the newly issued official letter, 22 districts in the city that have not recorded community infections since September 6 will be reopened for a number of activities such as trading in stationery and equipment. , school things; electronic repair, refrigeration, transportation, home appliances, and food service facilities from 12 pm tomorrow 16/9. Particularly for food and beverage businesses that only sell takeout, and must close every day before 9pm.
At the same time, the City People’s Committee also requires business and service establishments that are reopened to fully implement epidemic prevention and control measures; strictly implement 5K, with customers coming to buy goods must make a medical declaration and scan the mandatory QR code.
CDC Hanoi has conducted statistics from September 6 to now and shows that in the city, there are 22 districts and 30 administrative units at this level, no community cases have been recorded. Specifically, there are districts such as Ba Dinh, Tay Ho, Hoan Kiem, South – Bac Tu Liem, Long Bien; The 16 districts include Thanh Oai, Hoai Duc, Gia Lam, Dong Anh, Soc Son, Son Tay, Phuc Tho, Me Linh, Ba Vi, Dan Phuong, Thach That, Ung Hoa, My Duc, Quoc Oai, Chuong My, and Phu Xuyen.
Departments and districts in the capital will conduct an assessment of the results of the implementation of social distancing, as well as the specific epidemic situation in the area and locality, and report and propose to city leaders a plan. resume production and business as well as anti-epidemic measures after September 21.
The City People’s Committee noted that the authorities, as well as the people, should avoid subjective psychology, neglect, and be intoxicated with the initial results after a long time of anti-epidemic; at the same time not to be in a hurry, not well prepared, not really safe, loosened up.
Hanoi also said that there is still one district in the area with very high risk, which is Thanh Xuan, 2 high-risk districts, Hoang Mai and Dong Da, and 9 high-risk districts including Ba Dinh, Gia Lam, and Ba Dinh. Hoai Duc, Hai Ba Trung, Hoan Kiem, Ha Dong, Thuong Tin, Thanh Tri, Dan Phuong and the remaining 18 districts, towns and cities are now at the new normal.
Regarding vaccination in the area, Hanoi aims to complete the first dose by September 15 for all people aged 18 and over. As of this morning, with more than 5.3 million doses of vaccine distributed, the city has reached nearly 86% of the plan, equivalent to more than 5 million vaccines.
Regarding testing, since September 9, the city has taken over 3.2 million samples and detected 19 positive cases of nCoV.
Currently, Hanoi’s population is over 8.3 million people; In which, the group of people in the age group who are vaccinated against Covid-19 ie from 18 to 65 years old is more than 5.1 million people, thus accounting for 62% of the population.
From July 24, Hanoi applied directive 16. During this fourth epidemic – ie from July 24 until now, Hanoi recorded a total of 3,856 Covid-19 cases, of which 2,260 were confirmed cases. isolated and 1,596 cases outside the community.
The entire dispatch on the adjustment of some anti-epidemic measures in the area
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