Bac Ninh eases social distancing, Quang Ninh reboots tourism
The northern province of Bac Ninh eased social distancing measures in several areas, starting from 0am on June 13.
Deputy Director of the provincial Department of Information and Communications and member of the provincial Steering Committee on COVID-19 Prevention and Control Vu Huy Phuong said on June 12 that Tu Son town will be under social distancing in line with the Prime Minister’s Decree No.19/CT-TTg instead of Decree No.15/CT-TTg. Tieu Son street alone in Tuong Giang ward will continue to be under stricter social distancing in line with Decree No. 16/CT-TTg.
Communes of Yen Gia, Que Tan, Phu Lang, Chi Lang, Dao Vien and Viet Hung in Que Vo district as well as 33 villages in eight communes of Thuan Thanh district will shift from the application of social distancing measures under Decree No.16 to those under Decree No. 15.
On June 8, the northern province of Quang Ninh also allowed several business sectors to resume operations, including stimulating local tourism demand in line with pandemic prevention and control regulations.
Director of Sun World Ha Long Tran Van Minh said ticket price will be halved to attract more visitors.
Those coming from pandemic-hit areas must submit certifications proving they are negative for SARS-CoV-2 within 5-7 days.
Vietnam vows to pursue the twin goal of containing Covid-19 and developing the economy to serve the recovery plans.