Alley 328 and alley 330 on Nguyen Trai street in Thanh Xuan Trung ward of Hanoi, the capital’s largest COVID-19 hotspot with roughly 600 infection cases, ended its one-month lockdown on September 29 after facing restrictions since August 23.
Locals wave the national flag and show their joy at the isolated area being removed lockdown on September 29.
The COVID-19 cluster had been put into quarantine on August 23 after two first positive infection cases were detected.
So far roughly 600 infection cases related to the two alleys on Nguyen Trai street have been confirmed, thereby making it the largest COVID-19 hotspot in the capital.
Local people and relatives are urged to continue monitoring their health at home after the COVID-19 hotspot ends all restrictions on September 29.
Residents are requested to keep their houses hygienic and follow the Health Ministry’s 5K message regarding COVID-19 prevention and control measures.
Locals showing symptoms such as a cough and fever are forced to complete a healthcare declaration through website tokhaiyte.vn, the Bluezone application, and contact a nearby healthcare station.
Residents returning from their isolated dormitories at FPT University will be self-quarantine at home for 14 days for F0 cases, with this being reduced to seven days for F1 cases.
Healthcare workers happily complete their task and are ready to return home after over one month of being isolated at the COVID-19 hotspot.
Volunteers share their happiness among each other following the removal of lockdown in Thanh Xuan Trung ward’s COVID-19 hotspot.
From 0:00 on September 29, residents must do healthcare declarations before entering alley 328 and alley 330 on Nguyen Trai street.