An apartment building is locked down. The municipal steering committee for Covid-19 infection prevention and control has denied news that the city will be locked down for 10-15 days - PHOTO: VNA
HCMC - News reports that HCMC will be locked down for 10-15 days from 0 a.m. on July 7 or 12 p.m. on July 8 were fake news, according to the municipal steering committee for Covid-19 infection prevention and control.
From July 4, the news spread widely on social networks, affecting the city’s fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
Therefore, the HCMC steering committee for Covid-19 infection prevention and control called on local residents to stay calm, learn about the information about the pandemic on the State’s and the city’s mass media, and be cautious with news on social networks.
The city is striving to employ multiple measures to prevent the further spread of the pandemic and gradually put it under control.
The steering committee asked departments, agencies, Thu Duc City, districts and local residents to continue strictly complying with the municipal government’s Directive 10, recommendations of the Ministry of Health and only go out if necessary.
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