Corona Chronicles: Voices from the Field: Vietnam


 

   

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ベトナムにおける新型コロナウイルスの症例数265件、死者数ゼロという数字は、世界の他の国よりもはるかに低い。しかしながら、さらなる感染拡大を防ぐため、政府は社会的距離を実施し、事実上、多くの小規模事業を営業停止にした。

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Self-isolation in Hanoi during COVID-19: What Made it Possible?

From Midnight, March 28, 2020, Vietnam commenced a nation-wide period of “social isolation’’ (or self-isolation). This requires staying at home for a maximum period of time and only leaving the house in cases of emergency. This isolation has been implemented on the principles of “family members staying isolated at their family base, that villages are separated from other villages, commune from communes, districts from other the districts, and province from other provinces.”

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From Rice ATMs to Giving a Helping Hand

Vietnam has 265 cases of the novel coronavirus and zero deaths, numbers that are significantly lower than the rest of the world. But still, to prevent further spread, the government has enforced social distancing, effectively shutting down many small businesses and leaving millions out of work.

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