Update news Hanoi
Hanoi has recently decided to use unoccupied apartments under resettlement projects as COVID-19 treatment hospitals and quarantine facilities. The move aims to prevent the spread of the novel virus, ensuring safety for the local residents.
Trinh Hoai Duc Gymnasium in Dong Da district has become a vaccination site. This is one of 10 vaccination sites organized under the model of a "field hospital" in the capital city.
The Transport Department of Hanoi has issued fares for the 2A Cat Linh-Ha Dong metro route - the first metro route to be built in Hanoi.
Hanoi Mayor Chu Ngọc Anh has signed a document to ask districts’ administration to not allow people to move out of the city during the time of social distancing, except for those got the permit of the administration.
As many as 5,000 old vehicles will be put through emission tests by the end of next year as part of a campaign to improve air quality in the capital city.
The first "VND0 mini supermarket" in Hanoi opened on August 1 in the courtyard of the People's Committee of Duc Thang ward in Bac Tu Liem district,
The 500-bed field hospital for the treatment of severe and critical Covid-19 cases is under construction on 3.5 hectares of land in Yen So ward (Hoang Mai district) by the Hanoi Medical University Hospital.
Hanoi has started to administer Covid-19 vaccines to people at health centers of districts and towns.
Hanoi plans to allocate a budget of VND500 billion in 2021-2025 to conduct inspections and assess the quality of all old apartments.
Hanoi’s bustling streets have turned quiet during days of social distancing under the Prime Minister’s Directive 16 starting from 6am on July 24.
On the third day Hanoi implemented social distancing measures, VietNamNet reporters observed people who did morning exercises at public sites at midnight and early morning to avoid inspectors.
On July 26, soldiers of the Capital Command and the Chemical Army sprayed disinfectant in the Hanoi Old Quarter 10 and other wards in Hanoi’s center.
Hanoi Party Committee Secretary Dinh Tien Dung warned that the city needs to tighten discipline or it will waste the 15 days of social distancing mandated because of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Hanoi will apply strict social distancing measures across the city from 6am on Saturday July 24 to prevent further spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the latest dispatch issued by local authorities on Friday evening.
Hanoi started quarantining all people returning from pandemic-hit areas in dedicated facilities from July 22 as an effort to control the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Chu Ngoc Anh’s latest dispatch.
It is estimated that hundreds of thousands of people in Hanoi are eligible to receive support from the Covid-19 relief package described in Resolution 68.