Update news Hanoi
The Hanoi Construction Department has sent a dispatch to the Ministry of Construction (MOC), asking for guidance on procedures that parties have to follow to transfer a part of the Ciputra urban area project.
Hanoi will once again enforce further restrictions on non-essential services in response to growing risks of COVID-19 transmission from arrivals from outbreak-hit regions as well as insufficient public observance of COVID prevention measures.
The Hanoi Centre for Disease Control (HCDC) recorded 10 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday morning, including two cases relating to SEI Company and eight cases related to people returning to the capital from HCM City.
Hanoi is striving for over 15 million domestic tourists in 2021, equal to 70 percent of that in 2019 and but two times higher than that in 2020, according to the municipal Department of Tourism.
Hanoi authorities have decided to suspend outdoor sport activities and physical exercise starting 6:00pm on July 8 until further notice due to the complex developments of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Centre for Disease Control of Hanoi on Tuesday morning reported 10 community cases of COVID-19 in the city, including five members of a family in My Duc District, breaking a 10-day streak without new cases.
The Hanoi Department of Education and Training has proposed municipal authorities allow students to return to schools between July 10-24, after a two-month-long pause to contain the COVID-19 outbreak.
A train was safely commissioned on a 10-km elevated section of the Hanoi urban railway line No.3 (Nhon-Hanoi Station) from Nhon depot to Cau Giay station on July 1.
Hanoi needs to issue more policies and work with nearby provinces to improve its air quality, according to a World Bank official.
A 100-metre-long wall on Vu Trong Khanh Street in Hanoi's Ha Dong District, is now painted with colorful images that spread a message of fighting COVID-19. It is a work by the Hanoi Youth Union.
Hanoi will organize the largest ever Covid-19 vaccination campaign with three options, with the highest number of vaccinations to reach 200,000 per day.
Citizens in the capital city say they are excited with the reopening of some services and hopeful for the slow recovery of businesses as indoor dining, drinking venues and barbershops got back to business on Monday.
Many restaurants in Hanoi have opened to welcome back customers after the city’s authorities approved the reopening of hair salons, indoor eateries and cafes as of 0:00 on June 22.
With the COVID-19 situation under control in Hanoi, municipal authorities have approved the reopening of indoor dining and drinking venues along with barbershops, effective from midnight tonight.
Hanoi is experiencing scorching hot days with recorded temperatures of 60 degrees centigrade outside.
The authorities of Hanoi will consider relaxing some Covid-19 prevention measures this week.
Hanoi targets to ensure that most local people have vaccinated as soon as possible and to bring social life back to normal.