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People in Vung Tau go to the street after more than 2 months at home

The checkpoints were dismantled, the people of Vung Tau went to the market, bought food, spread a net to catch fish on the first day of easing the distance with localities in the province.

On the morning of September 23, Le Hong Phong, the main road leading to Bai Sau beach, Vung Tau city was crowded with cars on the first day of easing the distance, from Directive 16 to 15. The coastal city has spent 71 days applying the principle. “Who is there?”

Busy cars waiting for the red light on Ba Cu street. At noon, when dozens of inner suburbs and residential areas were dismantled, more people poured into the streets. “Last night I was so happy and excited. From early in the morning, I drove my car through the coastal roads to breathe in the fresh air and wish my city would soon return to normal life,” Mr. Nguyen Do said. .

The functional force of Ward 8 dismantled the barricade with iron frames on Huyen Tran Cong Chua Street.

Officers measure the woman’s body temperature to buy goods at the market in Ward 1. In the days before the market, only people who were granted a card could enter, but since it was relaxed, people have been able to enter freely.

Ward 1 market only sells necessities. “The city initially repelled the epidemic and eased it up for the people, I’m very happy and in the coming time, the business will be more favorable,” said Ms. Bich, a small trader.

Two workers of Vung Tau Urban Construction and Environmental Services Joint Stock Company collect garbage washed up on Bai Truoc beach. “The city is far from being able to move, so the past two months there is too much garbage, it will take days to clean up,” said the male worker.

A few dozen meters away, when the tide was low, the man and three other people brought out their nets to catch fish.

The car repair shop on Ba Cu street is very crowded. Staff said, after more than 2 hours of opening, they received about 30 cars, mainly unable to start the engine. “The car is left at home for too long, causing the battery to be exhausted. People bring cars to every day, but we all refuse,” said Mr. Son, who is repairing scooters.

Medical staff takes mobile samples on Truong Cong Dinh Street. The epidemic broke out in Vung Tau on July 6, so far the city has announced 1,381 infections, the second most in Ba Ria – Vung Tau. The locality is in a hard blockade of some epidemic points in 6 wards, while the remaining 11 wards and communes are safe areas.

Vung Tau city still maintains three checkpoints for entrance and exit at Co May and Cua Lap bridges, Hoang Sa street. Residents living in Vung Tau City are required to make a medical declaration. For people in other districts, towns and cities, who want to enter Vung Tau, they must be approved by the two local authorities.

Up to now, Ba Ria – Vung Tau has recorded 3,948 infections, 3,888 people have recovered. The epidemic is tending to reduce the number of cases in the community, as well as in isolation and blockade areas, so the province loosens the distance according to Directive 15 for 7 districts, towns, and cities.

Localities have been allocated more than 427,000 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine by the Ministry of Health. According to the schedule announced by the province, from now until the end of the year, more than 1.5 million doses will be received to inject enough doses for 95% of the population aged 18 and over. Follow vnexpress

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