YBO - Yen Bai province has asked for more efforts to monitor and seriously implement the reception and quarantine of foreigners entering the locality and Vietnamese citizens who have come to it from coronavirus-hit areas.
The province sent a dispatch to local authorities requiring 14-day quarantine at concentrated isolation areas for those who come from or transit through communes reporting infection cases and secondary infections in the community as regulated by the Health Ministry.
They are requested to inform authorities about the places they come to or live. The health of those who come from or transit through communes having infection cases but not reporting secondary infections in the community is monitored at the places they reside following the Health Ministry’s regulations.
For those who come from or go through the Republic of Korea, the provincial People’s Committee has had temporary guidance on quarantine as follows:
Listing cases who come from or transit through the disease-hit areas of Daegu and Cheongdo in the RoK’s North Gyeongsang province (from February 25) and quarantining them at concentrated isolation areas, and monitoring their health daily within 14 days.
Quarantining at home those who came from or transited through the disease-hit areas of Daegu and Cheongdo in the RoK’s North Gyeongsang province (from February 18-24), but return home and residing places. Their health is examined daily within 14 days as regulated.
People who come from other regions in the RoK must conduct health declaration and have their health checked at home or places where they stay.
The Ministry of Transport sent an urgent dispatch to the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) on the suspension of international flights carrying Vietnamese citizens to the Hanoi-based Noi Bai Airport starting from 0:00am on March 26.
The first blood donation festival was held at the General Hospital in Nghia Lo region of Yen Bai province on March 24.
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.
The People’s Committee of Yen Bai has issued Plan No. 54/KH-UBND dated on March 14 on the conservation and promotion of the special national relic of Mu Cang Chai terraced rice fields in line with tourism development in the 2020-25, with a vision to 2030.