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Hanoi to use resettlement houses as COVID-19 quarantine sites, hospitals

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.

 

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The resettlement housing project spanning more than 20,000 square metres in X2 Dai Kim area, Hoang Mai District will be used as a quarantine site. A COVID-19 treatment hospital will be also set up there. (Photo: VNA)
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The resettlement apartment project in X2 Dai Kim area, Hoang Mai District is qualified to become a COVID-19 treatment hospital and quarantine site. (Photo: VNA)
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Housing project 30T1 and 30T2 in lot A14, Nam Trung Yen urban area, Cau Giay District will be deployed as a COVID-19 treatment field hospital and quarantine site. (Photo: VNA)
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The resettlement apartments in X2 Dai Kim area, Hoang Mai District are qualified to become a COVID-19 treatment hospital and quarantine site. (Photo: VNA)
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Housing project 30T1 and 30T2 in lot A14, Nam Trung Yen urban area, Cau Giay District will be deployed as a COVID-19 treatment hospital and quarantine site. (Photo: VNA)
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Distance between buildings in X2 Dai Kim resettlement area is suitable for the establishment of COVID-19 treatment hospital and quarantine site. (Photo: VNA)
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Housing project 30T1 and 30T2 in lot A14 along Nguyen Chanh Street, Nam Trung Yen urban area, Cau Giay District will be deployed as a COVID-19 treatment hospital and quarantine site. (Photo: VNA)

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