Da Nang City does not apply Directive 16 for the whole city, but applies anti-epidemic measures in accordance with the characteristics of the case situation – Photo: TRUONG TRUNG
Specifically, out of 12 new cases discovered only when going to the doctor, many have complicated travel schedules.
On the evening of July 21, at the meeting of the Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control in Da Nang City, Mr. Phan Van Son, Deputy Chief of the Office of the Da Nang People’s Committee proposed to take measures to tighten activities to fight the epidemic .
Accordingly, people are required to stay at home, only going out when necessary.
People are allowed to go out when buying food, food, essential goods, buying medicine for treatment, giving first aid, but must keep a distance of 2 meters when communicating, and must not gather more than 2 people.
In addition, Mr. Son suggested localities stop all sports activities including cycling, walking, and stop all non-essential business activities.
At production and business establishments that ensure the motto “3 on the spot”, commercial centers, markets and supermarkets continue to apply distance measures.
In the market, supermarkets stop non-essential business stalls.
For state agencies, the number of employees must be 50/50, no unnecessary meetings, if the meeting is held in a room of no more than 20 people.
For those who go to work, they must have a civil servant card, an employee card to report when asked. Officials, workers, and employees when going to work strictly follow a 2-destination road.
In addition, in this proposal, there is also a temporary suspension of freight forwarding activities such as shippers, grabs, business vehicles with less than 9 seats.
Mr. Le Trung Chinh, Chairman of Da Nang City People’s Committee, also agreed with these measures, and said that they will start to apply from noon tomorrow 22-7.
At this meeting, Mr. Chinh also called on the people to accompany the city’s anti-epidemic policies. Do not rush to buy goods because the city is committed to providing enough for people.