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Squares, intersections in Hanoi on the day of social distancing

After 4 weeks of implementing Directive 16 on social distancing, the center of the capital continued to be empty of people and cars.

Dinh Tien Hoang Street beside Sword Lake, a section of Hoa Phong Tower, in the afternoon of August 20. The sun was shining brightly but there were no passersby.

Cach Mang Thang Tam Square and Trang Tien – Hang Bai intersection at the same time.

Shark Ham Building, where many famous brands do business on weekdays.

Fountain at Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc Square by Hoan Kiem Lake.

Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc Square on weekdays is always crowded with people and cars. Many young people and club groups choose this place as a place to stop, date, and meet on weekends.

Ba Kieu Temple is at the intersection of Hang Dau – Dinh Tien Hoang.

The place organizes a walking street with many games such as jumping rope, eating mandarin umbrellas on weekdays. In the distance is Ngoc Son Temple.

The checkpoint at the intersection of Hang Bai – Hai Ba Trung.

Trung Tu dormitory area, one of the places that is blocked to prevent the Covid-19 epidemic.

Busy shopping street Pham Ngoc Thach is strange because few people pass by.

At the intersection of Luong Dinh Cua – Pham Ngoc Thach, there is only the figure of a person delivering essential food back and forth.

Except for rush hour, at any time of the day, Pham Ngoc Thach street is sparsely trafficked.

Urban sanitation workers still work regularly, helping to keep the streets clean during the distance.

Chua Boc popular fashion business street, Tay Son – Thai Ha intersection.

Thai Ha Street, the section from Lang Ha to Yen Lang intersection. This place is often flooded when it rains heavily.

Overpass Nguyen Chi Thanh – Tran Duy Hung in the hot noon.

Lang Street, Dong Da District. This place is often congested with traffic waiting for the red light at rush hour.

Huynh Thuc Khang – Lang Ha intersection.

Tran Duy Hung Street, section of the gate of the University of Labor and Social Affairs.

Trung Kinh Street. Since this area has a lot of office buildings, the street has more traffic even when it’s not rush hour.

Xuan Thuy Street and Pham Hung – Ho Tung Mau intersection.

Trung Kinh – Mac Thai To crossroads.

The Y-shaped pedestrian overpass at the intersection of Hoang Minh Giam – Nguyen Thi Thap. Follow zingnews

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