Coronavirus-hit commune set to lift lockdown

Update: 10:32 | 04/03/2020
Son Loi Commune in Binh Xuyen District of Vinh Phuc Province will return to normal on March 4 after a 20-day lockdown clamped over fear of the novel coronarivus (COVID-19) spread is lifted.
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Twelve checkpoints have been set up around Son Loi commune for 24-hour control for fear of the outbreak of COVID-19 since February 12.

On February 13, the local authorities decided to erect 12 checkpoints around the commune for 24-hour control after six residents there had been confirmed having the virus.

Vietnam has confirmed 16 infection cases so far, including 11 in Vinh Phuc and all of these patients have been successfully treated and exited from hospitals.

Over the past 20 days, there has been no new COVID-19 infection in Vietnam.

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(Source: VGP)