However, they accept these and other inconveniences as necessary safety measure and believe that they will be effective in containing the novel coronavirus epidemic. In the commune in northern Vinh Phuc Province ‘s Binh Xuyen District two ambulances are always on standby next to the local medical center: one for transporting patients in an emergency as well as those with chronic diseases who need to be moved to a higher-level hospital; and one exclusively for transporting those suspected of the carrying the Covid-19 infection. Teams of medical staff and military doctors carry containers of disinfectant to periodically spraying every nook and cranny in the commune to clean and disinfect the area. Ever since a three-month-old baby in the commune contracted the virus from a company employee who’d returned home from China’s Wuhan City – the epicenter of the virus outbreak – the health of every commune resident is monitored every day so that any infection can be detected early and treated in a timely manner. Son Loi Commune is home to half of 16 confirmed Covid-19 cases in Vietnam. It was placed under lockdown last Thursday as an emergency attempt to contain the spread of the virus. “If anyone develops symptoms… Read full this story
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