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Before the removal order was issued, safety guard at Sao Do Square, Chi Linh city, still keeps everything under strict control.
All residents living Chi Linh city will have their body temperature checked and make health declaration, as reported by VNE.
At 23h50, Hai Duong Provincial People's Committee Chairman Nguyen Duong Thai handed the decision announcing the removal of social isolation to leaders of Chi Linh City.
At 0:00 on March 3, the functional forces dismantled the epidemic control post at Sao Do Square after Chi Linh municipal authorities announced the removal order.
After the 15-day-long social distancing streak covering the whole provinces and 34 days of blockage in Chi Linh city, 29 provincial control posts, 108 district level posts and 812 communal posts were removed.
As of March 3, daily acitivities in Hai Duong are returned to its new normal state.
Barriers are collected and transported to the gathering place.
Still, residents in 7 districts (Binh Giang, Gia Loc, Nam Sach, Ninh Giang, Thanh Ha, Thanh Mien, Tu Ky and Chi Linh City) are not allowed to gather in group of over 30 people in public places, exept for schools hosptials, workplaces. Two people in direct contact must keep a manimum distance of 2m.
At the checkpoint at Sao Do Square, Chi Linh City, dozens of people carrying Vietnam's national flag, repeatedly shouting "Hai Duong wins over the pandemi".
The driver lights up the fireworks to celebrate because from then on, he can travel without having to stop aor wait for medical examination at checkpoints.
A man live-streaming the cheerful moment while driving on the street.
A group of youngsters wearing protective suit waving the flag in cheer.
Hai Duong is the current largest COVID-19 hotspot in Vietnam, with 684 out of 868 cases of infection recorded nationwide since January 28. Chi Linh city has the biggest tally (383 cases). The province has 287 active patients under treatment, and 2,800 people under centralised quarantine.
Vietnam on March 3 morning report 3 new imported cases. No new community cases recorded in the country in the past 12 hours to 6 pm on March 2, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control.
in the past 12 hours to 6 pm on March 2, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control.
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