The central province of Thua Thien-Hue has received hordes of people coming from Da Nang City, the epicenter of the country’s largest coronavirus outbreak, after it relaxed social distancing measures, starting September 16.
Local residents travelling between Da Nang and Hue on September 16 are required to complete medical declaration forms at the Lang Co epidemic checkpoint.
Completing medical procedures is compulsory for all travelers wishing to visit Hue City.
For those who are yet to do the online registration, they must register at the Lang Co epidemic checkpoint. In addition, they will be banned from gathering in a crowd and must consistently check their health over a three-day period.
Residents are able to complete online medical declarations through the website tuongtac.thuathienhue.gov.vn/khaibao.
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