April 16, 2021 22:41 | About us
Language: Tiếng Việt | ພາ​ສາ​ລາວ | ខ្មែរ | русский | 中文

In photos: Game shops in Hanoi sternly abide by anti-Covid-19 measures

March 16, 2021 | 19:22

Game shops in Hanoi were allowed to reopen starting 0:00 March 16. The owners and players have strictly complied with the regulations on Covid-19 prevention and control.

taiwan japan to jointly promote hakka beauty in post pandemic era Taiwan, Japan to Jointly Promote Hakka Beauty in Post-Pandemic Era
how vietnamese in russia far east overcome the pandemic How Vietnamese in Russia Far East overcome the pandemic
pandemic hit van don airport welcomes first intl flight after one month halt Pandemic-hit Van Don airport welcomes first int’l flight after one-month halt
In photos: Game shops in Hanoi sternly abide by anti-Covid-19 measures
Photo: Lao Dong

As reported by Lao Dong, on March 16 morning, many game shops in Hanoi reopened after the Hanoi People’s Committee relaxed the anti-preventive measures.

In photos: Game shops in Hanoi sternly abide by anti-Covid-19 measures
Photo: Lao Dong

Do Thi Lan, the manager of a game shop in Bac Tu Liem district said “I asked employees to clean the areas before reopening. My shop also prepares face masks and hand sanitizers. Besides, all game players are required to maintain a distance of 1 meter”.

In photos: Game shops in Hanoi sternly abide by anti-Covid-19 measures
Photo: Lao Dong

Face masks and hand sanitizers are provided to customers.

In photos: Game shops in Hanoi sternly abide by anti-Covid-19 measures
Photo: Lao Dong

Washing hands with sanitizer is a must before entering.

In photos: Game shops in Hanoi sternly abide by anti-Covid-19 measures
Photo: Lao Dong

HTB, the manager of a game shop on Bac Tu Liem’s Le Van Hien street said “On the first day of reopening, although there is a quite large number of customers, the shop ensures the epidemic safety protocols”.

According to HTB, during the time of shutting down, she still had to pay for premises.

In photos: Game shops in Hanoi sternly abide by anti-Covid-19 measures
Photo: Lao Dong

Trinh Hoang Viet, an employee said “To lure more customers back, the shop has reduced the service prices. Nevertheless, it may take several months to attract the number of customers as previously”.

In photos: Game shops in Hanoi sternly abide by anti-Covid-19 measures
Photo: Kinhtedothi

An employee of a game shop on Dang Van Ngu is cleaning

In photos: Game shops in Hanoi sternly abide by anti-Covid-19 measures
Photo: Kinhtedothi
In photos: Game shops in Hanoi sternly abide by anti-Covid-19 measures
Photo: Kinhtedothi

A paper reminding people to wash hands with sanitizers is stick right at the entrance.

In photos: Game shops in Hanoi sternly abide by anti-Covid-19 measures
Photo: Kinhtedothi

A game shop owner at 105 D8 Dang Van Ngu Street said “The pandemic forced my shop to shut down for two months. I hope the epidemic will be soon successfully controlled so that I am secure to do business”.

In photos: Game shops in Hanoi sternly abide by anti-Covid-19 measures
Photo: Kinhtedothi

Game stores signed commitments to abide by the regulations on Covid-19 prevention and control.

0828-8

Photo: Kinhtedothi

Employees obey to don face masks while serving customers.

With the capital city counting 28 days without any new community transmission of the virus, most services have been allowed to resume.

Vietnam has so far reported 2,557 Covid-19 cases.

The Medical Examination and Treatment Department under the Ministry of Health said that 29 patients were given the all-clear on March 15, bringing the total recoveries to 2,115. The fatalities remained at 35.

Among the active patients undergoing treatment, 42 tested negative for the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 once, 22 twice and 110 thrice.

vietnam promotes human rights protection during covid 19 pandemic

Vietnam promotes human rights protection during COVID-19 pandemic

Vietnam’s policy to promote and protect human rights, including cultural rights and food rights during the pandemic period has positively encouraged citizens and improved anti-pandemic ...

over 300 vietnamese citizens flown home from myanmar amid covid 19 pandemic

Over 300 Vietnamese citizens flown home from Myanmar amid Covid-19 pandemic

On March 4, more than 300 Vietnamese citizens came home from Myanmar on two flights, which were arranged by Vietnamese agencies, the Vietnamese Embassy in ...

european begans review of russias sputnik v vaccine studying on its efficacy

European begans review of Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine, studying on it’s efficacy

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) announced that it will begin to access and study the Russian coronavirus vaccine’s efficacy, Sputnik V, as the bloc looks ...

Malie Nguyen