Monday , December 5 2022

Hanoi district suspends on-site dining amid Covid surge


Hanoi’s Dong Da District has banned large gatherings and suspended on-site dining amid complex Covid-19 situation, its People’s Committee announced.

The decision came after Dong Da has been named as a district with high coronavirus risk, the only district in Hanoi to be designated as such.

In a document issued by the Dong Da People’s Committee, the coronavirus situation in the district has been progressing in a complicated way, with new outbreaks being detected in wards like Kham Thien, Trung Phung, Quoc Tu Giam, Van Mieu, Phuong Lien, Khuong Thuong and Tho Quan.

As a coronavirus prevention measure, starting Monday noon, the district would ban gatherings of more than 10 outside of offices, schools and hospitals. All religious activities and gathering with more than 20 people in religious institutions, as well as cultural, sport and entertainment activities in public, would also be suspended.

Food and beverage establishments can only allow takeaways, and must be closed before 9 p.m. every day. Wet markets are also banned.

Residence facilities, like hotels, must not exceed half of their maximum capacity.

High schools and vocational schools will suspend in-person classes and switch to online classes until further notice.

Dong Da, home to around 400,000 people, has so far recorded around 2,100 Covid-19 cases in the fourth coronavirus wave. Over the past two weeks, it has recorded over 1,300 cases.

Hanoi has recorded nearly 18,000 Covid-19 cases since the fourth coronavirus wave broke out in late April.

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