HCMC – Ha Loi Village in Me Linh District, Hanoi, where 13 coronavirus cases were reported, ended its 28-day lockdown at midnight today, May 6.
The village has reported no new infections for the past 21 days. Three out of 13 coronavirus patients in the village have recovered, while active cases are being treated at the National Hospital for Tropical Diseases. All the other villagers have tested negative for the virus.
The village was put under lockdown on April 8 after it reported five coronavirus infections in Bang Hamlet, five in Hoi Hamlet, two in Cho Hamlet and one in Duong Hamlet.
Under the lockdown rules, more than 2,900 households with some 11,000 people in the village had to self-isolate at home.
After the lockdown, the village will still have 74 teams that are responsible for providing health check-ups for the residents, ensuring basic preventive measures are still applied and quickly identifying any suspected cases of infection.