Hanoi government issued the new regulation and policy restriction of COVID-19 pandemic outbreak since morning July 24 2021, not allow all kinds of public transports, Grab, Taxi running in the city, local residents was asked to stay at home during this pandemic. Some offices, factories reduce number of staffs to stay safe and the rest will be working at home online.

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The 15-day lockdown order bans the gathering of more than two people in public in the city of eight million.

Vietnam has imposed a 15-day lockdown in the capital, Hanoi, in an attempt to tackle a surge in coronavirus infections.

The lockdown order, which was issued late on Friday, bans the gathering of more than two people in public. Only government offices, hospitals and essential businesses are allowed to stay open.

The centre of the normally bustling city of eight million people was empty and shops were shuttered as the lockdown came into force on Saturday, although people could still be seen on the streets in the outskirts of the capital.

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