Dong Cuu Village’s lockdown lifted, Hanoi free of virus outbreak

Thursday, 2020-05-14 12:10:46
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Dong Cuu villagers happily hold the national flag at the moment the quarantine orders were lifted.
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NDO – Hanoi officially removed blockade from Tren Hamlet in Dong Cuu Village, Dung Tien Commune in Hanoi’s outlying district of Thuong Tin on May 14, after 28 days of isolation.

This was the last outbreak of COVID-19 virus in Hanoi.

The People’s Committee of Thuong Tin District has asked Dung Tien Commune to quickly restore business activities while maintaining measures to prevent the coronavirus.

Previously, the People’s Committee of Thuong Tin District issued a decision on medical quarantine on Tren Hamlet, in Dong Cuu Village, beginning from April 16 due to Patient 266 having tested positive for SARS-CoV-2.

As many as 572 households, with a total of 1,896 people, were placed under quarantine and 100% of them have tested negative for COVID-19 virus.