Posted on: September 20, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

People moving in the city do not need a travel permit, effective from 6 a.m. on September 21, according to Vice Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Chu Xuan Dung.

On the afternoon of September 20, Mr. Chu Xuan Dung said that the city abandoned the principle of anti-epidemic zoning from tomorrow; at the same time, increase the application of information technology in monitoring the movement, avoiding additional administrative procedures for individuals and businesses.

The government continues to maintain a narrow blockade measure in the area, quickly trace F0 if any, isolate the source of infection in the community.

According to Director of Hanoi Department of Transport Vu Van Vien, the city’s advisory department continues to maintain 23 checkpoints at the gateway to control access; At the same time, creating maximum conditions for green channel vehicles of the provinces to pass through Hanoi, the flow into the city is still controlled as at present.

Public passenger transport activities to and from Hanoi as well as in the city continue to be suspended.

The Hanoi Department of Transport is studying to allow the re-operation of some technology shippers with a quantity suitable for take-out sales, ensuring life as well as creating jobs.

“Travel and freight after September 21 are advised by us to the city on the principle of a harmonious combination between the implementation of directives 15, 16 and 19, ensuring normal operation and anti-epidemic requirements. “, said Mr. Vien.

The functional forces check the road permit at the checkpoint at Chuong Duong bridge on September 4. Photo: Ngoc Thanh.

Colonel Nguyen Ngoc Duong, Deputy Director of Hanoi Public Security, said 23 gate gates will control both the way in and out, especially for people from epidemic areas, high risk to enter the city.

During the control process, the functional forces focused on medical declaration, testing and scanning QR codes. The city police also maintain a patrol force, control and handle violations in the area; Prepare a plan to lock in the blockade and isolation areas.

According to data on the Covid-19 Immunization Portal, at noon on September 20, Hanoi had injected more than 6.4 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine, of which more than 5.7 million first shots and nearly 700,000 second doses. . Thus, with a population of 18 years and older of about 5.7 million people, Hanoi has fulfilled the target of “covering” the first dose vaccine.

In the past one week, the number of new cases in Hanoi daily was below 20 cases, much lower than the previous average number of 50 to 70 cases per day.

The capital government applies directive 16 from July 24. After 45 days of social distancing, on September 6, the city divided into three zones to fight the epidemic, in which zone one continued to social distance 10 districts. Regions two and three (remaining areas) apply Directive 15 and some measures at a higher level for each subdivision in the region.

At noon on September 16, customers lined up in front of a pho restaurant on Nguyen Son Street (Long Bien District) to buy take-out after the city eased the distance in 19 green districts.  Photo: Giang Huy.

At noon on September 16, customers lined up in front of a pho restaurant on Nguyen Son Street (Long Bien District) to buy take-out after the city eased the distance in 19 green districts. Photo: Giang Huy.

From noon on September 16, the city eased a number of epidemic prevention measures when allowing 19 districts that have not yet recorded community infections (since September 6) to be allowed to open business establishments of stationery, books, equipment, school supplies; vehicle repair facility, electronics, refrigeration and home appliances. Food service shops are also allowed to operate, but only for take-out, and close before 9pm daily.

During the fourth outbreak (from July 24 to now), Hanoi recorded 3,928 Covid-19 infections, of which 1,598 cases were outside the community and 2,327 cases were isolated cases.

According to VnExpress


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