Municipal authorities make e-health declaration compulsory from June 24 | Ho Chi Minh City


Municipal authorities make e-health declaration compulsory from June 24

Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Vice Chairman Duong Anh Duc yesterday signed a document to be sent to Thu Duc City Departments, Agencies, People’s Committees and Districts on Electronic Health Declaration.

According to the document, to continue to strengthen the effectiveness of the “Electronic health declaration system” in the mission of preventing the Covid-19 epidemic, the Municipal People’s Committee asks all people in commercial establishments, offices closed, industrial parks, parks, export processing facilities, high-tech parks, factories, hospitals, medical facilities, apartment buildings, schools, train stations, bus stations, docks, shopping malls, supermarkets, food markets wholesale for filling out e-health declarations.

The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee has just released a plan for isolating infected people and their contacts and producing in export processing zones, industrial parks and high-tech areas throughout the city. Thus, the companies will both continue to produce on condition that they ensure safety conditions in accordance with a commitment to prevent and control the epidemic.

At the same time, the company must set up concentrated housing for employees and ensure the provision of means of transport to bring workers from the concentrated residence to the workplace.

Importantly, all employees must have a negative test result before being brought to the concentrated residence and not leave the concentrated residence or the workplace during the isolation period to limit the spread of Covid-19.

Dr Nguyen Khac Vui, deputy director of Saigon General Hospital, said yesterday that five of the hospital’s outpatients tested positive for the virus after being screened for Covid-19 at District 1 hospital All were then transferred to Cu Chi Field Hospital in the city’s Cu Chi district for treatment. The hospital has temporarily stopped receiving outpatients for coronavirus prevention.

By Staff Editors – Translated by Anh Quan


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