From 6 a.m. on June 24, the People’s Committee of Bac Giang province removed the social distance for the entire Bac Giang city after more than 10 days without any new COVID-19 cases.
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Bac Giang Provincial People’s Committee assigned Chairman of Bac Giang City People’s Committee and departments of Bac Giang province to organize the implementation of removing social distance.
Accordingly, from 6 a.m. on June 24, this locality will switch to a new normal state, both restoring production development and ensuring epidemic prevention measures.
Bac Giang city implements social distancing according to Directive 15 from May 19. Up to now, this locality has gone more than 10 days with no new cases.
The total number of F0 cases in Bac Giang city is 66 cases, of which 47 have been cured and 19 are being treated. In addition, the City has a total of nearly 2,000 F1 cases, so far there are nearly 1,700 F1 cases whose concentrated isolation period has expired.
Leaders of Bac Giang city also asked wards, communes and functional units to strengthen inspection, to avoid letting people’s subjective and negligent thoughts in observing epidemic prevention and control measures; regularly closely monitor the medical isolation at home of F0 after treatment and F1 after concentrated isolation.
According to Bac Giang Provincial People’s Committee, by 7:00 pm on June 23, there were a total of 5,499 F0 cases, 27,692 F1 cases; 101,840 F2 cases.
On June 23, there were 11 more F0 cases, mainly related to the outbreak in Bang Cong village, Kien Thanh commune, Luc Ngan district (9 cases were F1 cases changed to F0, in isolated areas. concentrated isolation, blockade area). In addition, two more cases of F0 were found in the concentrated isolation area, which were separated from the blockade areas of Viet Yen district.
The People’s Committee of Bac Giang province said that it is forecasted that in the coming days, the number of new F0 cases will still arise but will not be many, mainly in some concentrated isolation areas and blockade areas due to previous close contact with the F0 patients.