New options for safe shopping are being mooted by some companies, Photo: Le Toan Last week the Prime Minister asked Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, the central city of Danang, and other large cities to suspend the operation of eateries and entertainment establishments, excluding petrol stations, chemists, and food stores, as well as hospitals and clinics. The closure shall be applicable to cinemas, stadiums, karaoke lounges, bars, nightclubs, gyms, hairdressers, and gaming shops, among others. This move follows an increase in the cases of coronavirus infection and a heightened risk of community transmission. Religious events are also banned, along with all meetings which gather over 20 participants for at least the two next weeks. Gatherings over 10 are also frowned upon in front of offices, schools, and hospitals. Local authorities will punish any violators. The closures came into effect at midnight last Friday. According to the prime minister, Vietnam has two weeks to control and prevent the spread of the pandemic before it reaches a climax here. Hanoi People’s Committee has requested all bus operators in the city to reduce the number of services while in Ho Chi Minh City, Nguyen Tan Binh, director of the city’s Department of Health,… Read full this story
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