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Bac Giang’s Deputy Chair Mai Son affirmed that only workers who can meet requirements on safety will be sent back to their home provinces.
Bac Giang province has been gathering strength to fight the Covid-19 outbreak for one month, vowing to stamp out the outbreak by the end of June.
The northern province of Bac Giang, Vietnam’s ongoing Covid-19 epicentre, plans for workers from other localities to return to their hometowns to help mitigate Covid-19 infections.
Sleeping three or four hours a day, being ready to work regardless of the time, or spending hours sweltering inside a protective suit.
Ngo Van Minh, a teacher at Archimedes Academy, a secndary school in Hanoi, has raised VND230 million from selling maize and running an online class to buy medical equipment for use in Bac Giang, the current Covid epicenter.
The Management Board of Industrial Parks of Bac Giang Province has allowed nine enterprises in Van Trung, Dinh Tram and Quang Chau industrial parks in Viet Yen district, Vietnam’s largest epidemic hotspot, to resume operations.
Holding a bag of rice from a zero-dong supermarket brought home by his landlord, Luong Van Han could not hide his joy.
A little girl burst into tears as she was missing her mum who was working in an epidemic hotspot.
Soon after the first infection cases in the province were discovered, Bac Giang province immediately decided to test all the workers in IZs, trace and isolate high-risk cases, and implement medical quarantine and social distancing in at-risk areas.
A total of 34 children aged 3 to 5 have been put into isolation at a kindergarten in Bac Giang Province, the country’s largest COVID-19 hotspot, after coming into contact with a classmate who has since tested positive for COVID-19.
The Ministry of Health has set up a special task force to fight Covid-19 in the two largest Covid-19 epicenters in Vietnam – the northern provinces of Bac Ninh and Bac Giang. The task forces are led by two deputy ministers.
Bac Giang Province health authorities have established a COVID-19 field hospital with a capacity of 620 beds in the province's gymnasium.
On May 26, hundreds of doctors and nurses took samples for covid tests from more than 18,000 workers in Nui Hieu village, Quang Chau commune, Viet Yen district, Bac Giang province, Vietnam’s largest epidemic hotspot.
The military are setting up two temporary hospitals to provide care for COVID-19 patients in Bac Ninh and Bac Giang provinces, which are the two provinces affected the worst by the current COVID-19 resurgence in Vietnam, on May 19 afternoon.
On the morning of May 17, nearly 300 officers and soldiers of the Mobile Police Command left Hanoi to go the northern province of Bac Giang to help prevent and control the Covid-19 outbreak.
Rapid transmission of COVID-19 has been reported in the northern province of Bac Giang, particularly at industrial parks, making testing and isolating to prevent infections from spreading a vital task.
The Ministry of Health (MoH) reported on May 16 morning that an additional 127 COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in Vietnam during the past 12 hours, breaking a 1,000-case mark in just 20 days.
Bo Da Pagoda in Viet Yen District, Bac Giang Province is home to a garden of 100 towers, regarded as the largest and most beautiful of its kind in Vietnam.