From 7 a.m. on September 4, the Hanoi Police and functional forces deployed 39 more checkpoints at the exit and entry routes of Zone 1 (red zone), with the task of strictly controlling all people and vehicles that can enter and exit Zone 1.
NDO - From 7 a.m. on September 4, the Hanoi Police and functional forces deployed 39 more checkpoints at the exit and entry routes of Zone 1 (red zone), with the task of strictly controlling all people and vehicles that can enter and exit Zone 1.
Accordingly, the city's 21 checkpoints, chaired by the Hanoi Police in collaboration with the Department of Transport, the Hanoi Capital High Command and the Department of Health, are located in locations with high traffic density. The checkpoint guards are on duty 24 hours per day, divided into four shifts per day, and include 16 officers and soldiers. Of which, the Hanoi Police deployed 10 officers and soldiers, two officers of the Department of Transport, two officers from the Hanoi Capital High Command and two officers from the Department of Health.
Nine checkpoints are being managed by the districts People's Committees located in locations with medium traffic density, including district and district police. The checkpoints are on duty 24 hours per day, divided into four shifts per day, include five officers and soldiers of the district police, one traffic inspector, one officer from the district military command, one medical officer and one local government official.
Nine checkpoints are being managed by the People's Committees of communes, wards and townships collaboration with the police of communes, wards and townships. The checkpoints are on duty 24 hours per day, divided into four shifts per day, including one commune, ward, township police officer or enhanced district police officer, one self-administered officer, one medical officer; and one local government official.
As noted, right from the early morning, at Cau Dien road in the area adjacent to the two districts of Nam Tu Liem and Bac Tu Liem (Hanoi), two checkpoints for vehicles in and out of the inner city of the Hanoi City Police has implemented strict control of vehicles traveling between the zones.
According to Major Pham Van Chien, Captain of Traffic Police Team No. 6 (Hanoi Traffic Police Department), in the first days, functional forces carried out propaganda and handled those who went out for the wrong purpose, travel approval documents without a licensed route, and those who did not wear a mask complying with the distance regulations of the Hanoi People's Committee.
From September 6, implementing Directive No. 20 of the Hanoi People's Committee on social distancing according to "red zones", "green zones", for those who go out without travel approval documents according to the new rules, the competent authority will impose fines according to regulations.
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