Ca Mau allows more non-essential services to reopen
The Saigon Times
|A local trader at a wet market in Ca Mau Province is seen wearing a mask amid coronavirus concerns. The provincial government of Ca Mau allows non-essential services such as billiards, internet and game shops to resume operations starting from today, June 14 – PHOTO: VNA|
HCMC – The provincial government of Ca Mau has allowed non-essential services such as billiards, internet and game shops to resume operations starting from today, June 14, after a period of suspension to combat Covid-19.
The operators of these services have to ensure compliance with anti-virus measures as required by the Ministry of Health, especially wearing masks and disinfecting public places, VietnamPlus reported.
Meanwhile, cinemas, massage and karaoke parlors, bars, clubs, singing activities with crowds, religious organizations and passenger road transport services to/from virus-hit localities will remain suspended until June 21 or until further notice.
Students of public education and training centers will also continue to stay at home until further notice from the authorities, except for 12th graders who are studying for the national high school graduation exams.
Prisons, detention centers, drug rehab centers, social protection centers, hospitals and medical centers were asked to minimize visitation activities.
Apart from that, the provincial government asked the local competent forces to continue to operate Covid-19 checkpoints and make a list of people entering and exiting the province.