Maintaining on duty at the checkpoint to prevent COVID-19 and protecting the “green area” in Tan Thong Hoi commune.

The checkpoints for epidemic prevention and control in Cu Chi district are maintained.

Secretary of the Cu Chi district Party Committee Nguyen Quyet Thang said that the district still arranged strict and closed checkpoints between communes and towns in the district. It considers this a decisive measure in maintaining infection control in the community, maintaining “green zones”, and strictly controlling the area.

Strictly controlling vehicles through the epidemic prevention checkpoint at Tan Quy intersection, Tan Thanh Tay commune

Chairman of the district People’s Committee Pham Thi Thanh Hien said that 14 out of 21 communes are expected to return to the new normal situation, having had no new cases of infection in 14 days. The communes will allow people to go to the market once a week; markets, supermarkets will be reopened; agricultural activities and operation of stationery shops and small businesses will resume.

On September 16, markets have not reopened for business, most stores are still closed

A member of the community COVID team in Trung Lap Thuong commune goes to the market on behalf of local people

Troops are assisting Trung Lap Ha commune prepare rice to bring to local people

The party cell of Bau Tran hamlet, Nhuan Duc commune, gave necessities to households in isolated and blockaded areas.

People staying at hostels in Binh My commune, Cu Chi district, continue to receive basic necessities

Vaccination at home for elderly people with difficulty walking in Binh My commune, Cu Chi district

People come to vaccination site in Tan Thanh Tay commune

Taking samples to screen for SARS-CoV-2 for people in communes in Cu Chi district./.

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