Update news Hanoi
The elevated section of the Nhon - Hanoi railway station metro line project (8.5 km long) will not be completed on schedule by the end of this year as planned.
Hanoi will narrow locked-down areas to restore production and business activities, according to the municipal People’s Committee.
The office market in Hanoi is experiencing many changes amid the COVID-19 pandemic in terms of rental prices, occupational profile and new demands for office spaces, according to Savills Vietnam.
Like local residents, foreigners living in Hanoi have received COVID-19 tests and vaccine shots as part of the capital city’s efforts to resume the new normal situation soon.
Hanoi on Wednesday allowed restaurants and food and drink establishments to reopen for delivery, starting 12:00 noon Thursday, but only in districts that have recorded no community COVID-19 cases since September 3.
Hanoi Police are investigating an incident where two people were apparently killed in a lightning strike while travelling on a street this morning.
The number of Covid-19 cases is gradually decreasing, medical capacity has improved, the "green zone" has expanded, and the "red zone" has gradually narrowed.
Hanoi police on September 14 installed cameras to scan QR code at 67 checkpoints for COVID-19 prevention and control across the capital city.
The Hanoi authorities are considering relaxing restrictions on selected services as the capital city seeks to revive the economy following the improvement of the coronavirus situation.
The Thang Long Royal Citadel in Hanoi is scheduled to hold a range of activities from September 19 aimed at celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Delayed progress has increased costs at Cat Linh-Hadong metro line, according to the Ministry of Transport's report.
In order to speed up mass testing and vaccination against Covid-19 for its residents, Hoan Kiem district in Hanoi has organized vaccinations both day and night.
Hanoi’s Mayor Chu Ngoc Anh has signed a document on the 24/7 duty regime on testing and vaccinations.
The enterprises in yellow and green zones of Hanoi have been asked to continue anti-pandemic measures during the production process. The ‘three on the site’ model (work, eat, stay) is being used in high-risk zones.
Hanoi has asked the Ministry of Health (MOH) to give guidance on allowing fully vaccinated people to travel and participate in production and pandemic prevention activities.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on Tuesday asked the defence ministry and 10 northern localities to be prepared to provide support for Hanoi's COVID-19 prevention and control efforts.
Hanoi’s economy has suffered heavily from social distancing and travel restrictions over the last 45 days, but in exchange the Covid-19 outbreak has been under control.
Hanoi will tighten the check of travel permit from September 8 as part of efforts to ensure strict implementation of social distancing measures to prevent the spreading of COVID-19 pandemic.