Hundreds of citizens return home after 14-day medical isolation

Thursday, 2020-03-12 11:30:45
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Hundreds of citizens return home after 14-day medical isolation in Hanoi
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NDO – A total of 248 people, including nine from the Republic of Korea, were released from the quarantine area at Military School of Hanoi Capital City Command on March 11 after being confirmed without symptoms of the 2019 coronavirus disease (Covid-19) following 14-day medical isolation.

Military School of Hanoi Capital City Command received 752 people, including 749 people returning to Vietnam from the Republic of Korea, one returning to Vietnam from China, and two Vietnamese who voluntarily went into isolation.

The Military School set up specialised isolation areas and mobilised five military medical workers and more than 30 staff members to serve those people. Both Vietnamese and foreign citizens received attentive care during their 14-day medical isolation.

People receive their personal identity documents following two weeks under quarantine.

A young woman receives a certificate recognising her as free following 14 days of medical isolation against suspected Covid-19

The joy of being free from medical isolation.

14-day quarantine period has left unforgettable memories among citizens and soldiers.

A solider bids farewell to people who return home after quarantine period.

A total of additional 407 people are scheduled to be released from the military school on the morning of March 12.

Photo credit: Vinh Pham - Dang Anh