Vietnam Covid-19 latest: Lockdown on Hanoi’s Covid-19-hit area lifted
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|Vietnam announces quarantine on all passengers starting March 21|
|All travelers into Vietnam shall be subject to centralized quarantine since March 21|
|No. 113 and 125 Truc Bach street continue being isolated for about 14 more days to ensure safety. (Photo source: KTĐT news)|
After the COVID-19 Prevention Steering Committee meeting in the afternoon of March 20, in same day evening, Truc Bach People's Committee authorized the Chairman of the Hanoi People's Committee Nguyen Duc Chung to remove the quarantined post for a section of Truc Bach street (Ba Dinh district) after 14 days. This area have been confirmed no new cases of infection since the 17th COVID-19 case was detected in Vietnam.
Here are some images of the fun and excitement atmosphere on Truc Bach Street:
|At 21:30 pm on March 20, 2020, a part of Truc Bach street (Hanoi) was officially removed from quarantine order, after 14 days of blockade because of the 17th COVID-19 case detection in this area. (Photo source: VOV)|
|The "annoying" fence panels have been removed and put on trucks. (Photo source: VOV)|
|People in this area expressed their joy, because they could finally return to their daily lives. (Photo source: Tri Thuc Tre)|
|The joy of adults is also the excitement of children. (Photo source: ANTĐ)|
|Earlier, at 22:00 on March 6, Hanoi blockaded a section of Truc Bach street when the 26-year-old girl was identified as the first case of COVID-19 in Hanoi and the 17th patient in Vietnam (Photo source: HCMC Law)|
|Until now, a total of 189 people in the quarantine area have been tested twice and tested negative for COVID-19. (Photo source: NLĐ)|
|The joyful atmosphere like Tet covers a corner of Truc Bach street, after many days the people here live in fear. (Photo source: Vietnamplus)|
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