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The southern province of Dong Nai, one of Vietnam's Covid-19 hotspots, plans to resume many activities and services from this weekend.

 

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Under a draft plan issued by the provincial Covid-19 Prevention and Control Steering Board, hairdressing salons, electronics and home appliances and mechanics services, stores, bookstores, and sports activities would be allowed to reopen from October 9.

 

The southern province of Dong Nai, one of Vietnam's Covid-19 hotspots, plans to resume many activities and services from this week


According to Nguyen Thi Hoang, vice chairperson of the local people's committee, gatherings of more than ten people are banned for sports activities.

 

Local people who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 or given one shot of Covid-19 vaccine after 14 days or those who have recovered from the diseases within six months are permitted to travel. But they need to use QR code which shows their vaccination history.

 

At present, the province has maintained only 24 Covid-19 check-points in areas which are near HCM City, Binh Duong, Lam Dong and Ba Ria-Vung Tau.

 

Meanwhile, areas which still have Covid-19 infections must be closely supervised.

 

Vo Van Chanh, party secretary of Bien Hoa City, has proposed the pilot quarantine at home for Covid-19 patients and people who have close contact with them.

 

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