Under the document, Hanoi People’s Committee requested departments, units, districts and wards to continue addressing current difficulties and promote innovation to ensure the realization of dual targets of both containing the pandemic and maintaining high economic growth during the new normalcy.
Additionally, the city would strive to promote production and business activities, as well as public investment and trading activities.
The Committee asked the health sector, military, police and local authorities to stay alert in efforts against the pandemic, especially in residential areas and be prepared for any circumstances and avoid the resurgence of the pandemic; prevent potential infection from abroad; the city would not reopen for international tourism at the moment; military, police and healthcare staffs should continue to monitor arrivals and ensure the strict compliance to mandatory quarantine orders; cases of investors, technical experts, high quality expats, diplomatic officials, foreign students in Vietnam should be allowed to enter the country given they complied with quarantine rules.
The healthcare system, especially public health, should maintain task forces to timely address any arising issues; pushing forward with IT application in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic; accelerating the process of vaccine development and treatment protocols for Covid-19.
Agencies and departments are tasked with ensuring safe measures during production and businesses process, especially during the quarantine process of experts and highly qualified expats entering the country.
The city leaders expected local authorities to timely deliver the relief package to ensure social security and commend those that are setting a good example in supporting the poor.
Hanoi would continue to promote domestic tourism, while cooperating with other government agencies in promoting tourism and preparing for reopening to international tourists in the future, with priorities given for countries and territories having effectively contained the pandemic.