Binh Duong: Disease Control

TTO – Before the complicated situation of the COVID-19 epidemic, Binh Duong province decided to let all students and students leave school from tomorrow 17-3, at the same time karaoke facilities, movie theaters … temporarily closed.

On 16-3, the People’s Committee of Binh Duong Province continuously issued documents on COVID-19 prevention and control with many “strong” decisions.

Accordingly, the People’s Committee of Binh Duong Province allows all students (from preschool to university) to be absent from the school on 17-3 and has not yet determined a return date.

At the same time, the provincial People’s Committee also issued a document directing departments, branches, and districts to strengthen many anti-epidemic solutions. It is noteworthy that from March 17 to March 31, 2020, all facilities such as cinemas, bars, online games, massage points, karaoke, discos … in Binh Duong must close.

Department of Culture – Sports, and Tourism is tasked with calculating the plan to recruit some hotels to be isolated in case of necessity.

For cases of avoiding isolation, spreading fake news, causing panic in public opinion …, the People’s Committee of Binh Duong Province requested the functional units to coerce, strictly handle and even consider criminal handling.

The boarding house with hundreds of workers was cordoned off

Also on 16-3, the authorities temporarily blockaded an accommodation in the neighborhood of Binh Quyen B, Binh Chuan Ward, Thuan An City, Binh Duong because Mr. Đ.DĐ.H., 28 years old. , hometown Lam Đồng was on the same flight with patient number 54.

However, by the evening of the same day, after Mr. H. was taken away in isolation, the functional forces had removed the blockade for the aforementioned boarding house.

According to the Department of Health of Binh Duong Province, the province’s authorities are currently isolating more than 700 cases, most of which are isolated at the residence, with just over 40 cases isolated in concentrated isolation areas.

Binh Duong has no cases positive for COVID-19 virus.

Collected and Translated by FoodMeaning Writer