Hanoi sterilizes streets in downtown amid concerns of coronavirus outbreak
The Hanoi authorities will put all resources into the fight against the coronavirus.
The Chemical Army under the Ministry of National Defence and the Hanoi Capital High Command on July 26 sprayed disinfectant at all main streets in the Old Quarter to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic in Hanoi is now complicated and unpredictable, putting the capital city at high risk of contagion. The municipal authorities have affirmed that no efforts would be spared to fight against the pandemic.
The Hanoi Capital High Command prepares to spray disinfectant in ten downtown wards in Hoan Kiem District and around Hoan Kiem Lake.
The Chemical Army is getting ready for disinfectant spraying.
The army force is going to work closely with local forces to develop plans and identify high-risk areas for disinfection.
The army force will spray disinfectant at every corner of the streets. For high-rise buildings, they will use an extension cable.
Disinfection tanker trucks go through the intersection of Trang Tien - Dinh Tien Hoang - Trang Thi - Hang Bai
After passing through the area of Ly Thai To Monument, the Hanoi People's Committee, disinfection tanker trucks proceed to Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc Square.
The area of Hoan Kiem Lake was sprayed with disinfectant on July 26 morning. As planned, the work is carried out all day in Hoan Kiem District.
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