Hotels and homestays are stepping up to help those in need, and do their bit for the country One month after Vietnam officially sparked the second phase of its fight against the novel coronavirus, the country has been showing clear and absolute determination to control the virus. Many drastic and applicable measures to contain the disease, which heavily focus on minimising the spread by quarantines and tracking down contacts, have allowed the cases in Vietnam remain at a low rate with no deaths reported. In response to the government’s effort, residents have closely followed authorities’ directions of crowd restrictions, wearing masks in public places, and updating health declarations. In addition, from March 28 until April 15 in line with Directive No.15/CT-TTg, meetings and events with more than 20 people, as well as religious rituals, cultural, sports, and recreational activities in public places, are being forced into suspension. Besides that, the PM also ordered suspension of all non-essential services, except for those selling food and essential goods, limiting travel, especially from provinces and cities hit by the epidemic to other localities. Operation of public transport must be halted or reorganised, while flights transferring passengers from/to the two major cities – Hanoi… Read full this story
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