Hanoi bustles again as social distancing restrictions eased

Tuesday, 2021-09-21 16:33:26
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Since 6am on September 21, the first day after Hanoi adjusted COVID-19 prevention and control in the new situation, the number of vehicles has increased.
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NDO – On the morning of September 21, the diversity of vehicles increased on the major streets of Hanoi after the social distancing rules were eased. Life on trade streets and markets has gradually returned to a bustle.

On Tay Son – Nguyen Luong Bang Street, vehicles pouring into the city’s centre increased sharply compared to the previous days.

There were also more personal cars this morning than the same time last week.

Vehicles moving slowly on Tran Hung Dao Street, Hoan Kiem District.

At 8am, vehicles were still crowded waiting for the signal lights on Hang Bai Street.

A traffic participant is recording images of the bustling streets.

Motorcycle repair shops on Tay Son Street, Dong Da District, have been busy since the early morning.

Since 7am, a barber in Thai Thinh Street has worked non-stop. Many guests were still waiting outside for their turn.

Many stores of sanitary ware and building materials on Cat Linh Street began to open again.

A temporary market on Nguyen Van To Street was also more crowded this morning.

Functional forces are removing barriers at checkpoints on Tran Phu Street, Hoan Kiem District.

Translated by NDO