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Localities ramp up COVID-19 prevention measures
Chử Xuân Dũng is Vice Chairman of the Hanoi municipal People’s Committee and Head of the Hanoi municipal Steering Committee on COVID-19 Prevention and Control (Photo: tuoitre.vn)

Hanoi authorities met online with grassroots leaders on Wednesday to ramp up their efforts against the COVID-19 pandemic, including scaling up testing.

Chử Xuân Dũng, Vice Chairman of the Hanoi municipal People’s Committee, asked that all people who traveled to Hanoi from Hai Duong province from February 2 be tested and have their health monitored at home.

Dung, who is head of the Hanoi municipal Steering Committee on COVID-19 Prevention and Control, requested that random testing be conducted at factories, industrial parks, and manufacturing zones, which are deem high-risk because they employ foreign experts and workers from other localities. Medical staff and people working at quarantine facilities should also be tested, according to Dũng.

Religious sites are forced to close in Thai Binh province to contain the coronavirus. (Photo: VNA)

The Thai Binh provincial People’s Committee has ordered an extension of the temporary closure of religious sites, beginning Thursday. They requested that all restaurants and hotels strictly adhere to social distancing by serving a maximum of one-third of their guest capacity at one time. Food stalls and cafeterias are banned from serving customers on the pavement.

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Localities ramp up COVID-19 prevention measuresChử Xuân Dũng, Vice Chairman of the Hanoi municipal People’s Committee, asked that all people who traveled to Hanoi from Hai Duong province from February 2 be tested and have their health monitored at home. Dung, who is head of the Hanoi municipal Steering
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