Update: 15:33 | 08/11/2021
(BGO) – On November 6, Chairman of Bac Giang provincial People’s Committee (PPC) Le Anh Duong who is also deputy head of the Standing Board of the provincial Steering Committee for Covid-19 Prevention and Control, and Commander of the provincial Covid-19 Prevention and Control Command Centre, chaired three level teleconference (province, district, commune) about disease prevention task in new circumstance.
Since October 26, the province has detected seven disease clusters in Thuong Lan commune (Viet Yen district), three districts of Yen The, Lang Giang and Tan Yen, Bac Giang city (caused by epidemic factor from the cluster in Ninh Hiep market, Hanoi), a company in the industrial park and several infections as returners from pandemic struck localities.
PPC Chairman Le Anh Duong speaks at the meeting.
Concluding the event, PPC Chairman Le Anh Duong identified that the outbreak in Thuong Lan commune has been successfully controlled while the situation in Yen The and Lang Giang districts is really complicated.
He ordered strict management over people coming to or leaving from the industrial clusters and parks, especially returners from pandemic hit areas, drivers, shippers or service suppliers. All labours in the industrial park must be tested for screening once per week, except for high risk cases (tested on every three days).
The businesses should reinforce the role of Covid-19 team, the medical division on duty inside the industrial park as well as medical staff in charge of enterprise. Labours who work at the industrial park and reside at localities with disease level 3 and 4 must temporarily stay at home or at company.
Particularly, Yen The district must strictly follow lockdown and medical isolation regulation while conducting Covid-19 test for all people. The provincial Public Security, Military Command and Department of Health were ordered to continue supporting Yen The district.
PPC Vice Chairman Phan The Tuan voices at the event.
The districts and city must seriously manager returners from pandemic hit localities, control the sources of infection, flexibly organize test and impose suitable quarantine.
While the quarantined cases are increasing, the districts and city should pilot home quarantine in small scale then gradually extend for people with close contact to Covid-19 patients (F1 case).
The Department of Health was requested to adjust home isolation guidance for F1 more flexibly to ease the localities in execution; speed up vaccination progress while proposing the Ministry of Health to allocate more Covid-19 vaccine doses.