Yen Bai readies 12 health quarantine areas

  •  Thursday, March 26, 2020

YBO - Aside from four existing concentrated quarantine facilities, Yen Bai province has added another eight centres of district-level localities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

People quarantined at Regiment 121 of the Yen Bai Military Command do physical exercise to keep fit.
People quarantined at Regiment 121 of the Yen Bai Military Command do physical exercise to keep fit.

As a result, local quarantine establishments are now capable of accommodating 1,736 people, including 698 at the province’s facilities and 1,038 at those of district-level localities.

In particular, the quarantine area at the province’s military school can cater for 100 people, the one at the general clinic of Nong truong Nghia Lo township - 50, the facility at the Yen Bai Vocational School - 230, and the other at the Mien Tay Boarding High School in Nghia Lo town - 188.

Among the eight new health quarantine facilities, the one of Mu Cang Chai district is able to accommodate 112 people, Tram Tau district 200, Nghia Lo town 110, Van Chan district 100, Van Yen district 150, Tran Yen district 96, Yen Binh district 100, and Luc Yen district 170.

Communes across Yen Bai have also planned for additional quarantine areas to be prepared for any circumstance.

Minh Huyen

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