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Hanoi buildings tighten control over coronavirus prevention

Many buildings in Hanoi have deployed measures for coronavirus prevention.




Several local buildings have bought fever screening machines and hand wash as well as carried out sterilisation twice every hour. 


Anyone who comes to the main gate of Ocean Park Building on Dao Duy Anh Street these days is required to use hand wash. 



The hand wash is arranged at more than 100 areas of the building. 



All people have their temperature tested before going into the escalators. All gates of the building have been closed, except for the main gate. 



The sterilisation is done twice every two hours at the building’s public places such as corridors and escalators. 



Technical staff of the building have had to work at full capacity for the sterilisation. 



Escalators are cleaned with alcohol 



The building’s management board has delivered 1,200-1,400 masks for offices and their customers every day.



Meanwhile, the same situation is also seen at building EVN11 on Cua Bac Street.



Around 2,000 staff of offices at the building and their customers are asked to undergo temperature checks every day. Anyone with a fever will be immediately isolated.



Fever screening machines cost around hundreds of millions of VND.




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