Ho Chi Minh City is implementing Directive 18, people are starting to return to work in the ‘new normal’ life, the first Monday of the week, the streets are crowded, the horns are busy, the rhythm of daily life. is slowly returning.
Vo Thi Sau Street is crowded with cars in the morning of 4.10INDEPENDENT
On the morning of October 4 – the first Monday of the week after Ho Chi Minh City implemented Directive 18 , the streets were crowded with traffic. The roadblocks were removed, people were vaccinated, step by step back to a “new normal” life.
Road Cach Mang Thang 8 also congested with cars, people moved close together
As noted by Thanh Nien , from 7 am, the roads Hoang Van Thu, Truong Chinh, Cach Mang Thang 8 (Tan Binh district); Le Duan, Dong Khoi (District 1); Vo Thi Sau, Nam Ky Khoi Nghia (District 3), … the number of vehicles on the road close together. Particularly, Vo Thi Sau street – the route was chosen by many people to circulate from the direction of Binh Thanh, Thu Duc to District 3, District 10, District 5… is crowded with cars and motorbikes. People walking on the street all wore tight masks and hurriedly moved.
Glass shop reopened, customers widened their eyes in surprise “it hasn’t been so crowded yet”
A representative of the Traffic Police Team – Tan Binh District Police Department commented that although Ho Chi Minh City eased the social distance a few days ago, today the new car traffic is the largest because it is the first Monday of the week. On busy roads, trucks, cars, and motorbikes, at intersections, traffic police must be on duty to regulate traffic.
Many office workers are starting to return to workINDEPENDENT
On the first day of the week “the new normal”, the roundabout of Cha Ca Mausoleum is bustling againINDEPENDENT
The leader of a traffic police team in the central area also said that most of the people in Ho Chi Minh City had met the conditions for going out, so they quickly returned to the “new normal” life. To prevent traffic accidents, traffic police regularly patrol, regulate and handle traffic violations.
According to the Road and Railway Traffic Police Department (PC08, Ho Chi Minh City Police), to ensure the traffic order and safety situation in the city, PC08 has actively reviewed and adjusted the plan to regulate and distribute Traffic flow does not allow prolonged traffic jams, especially at checkpoints and checkpoints bordering provinces and cities.
On the morning of the first day of the week on Truong Chinh Street, everyone wore masks to start a “new normal” life.INDEPENDENT
Office workers back to workINDEPENDENT
On the morning of October 4, Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Street, the streets of Ho Chi Minh City gradually became crowded againINDEPENDENT
In addition, the city’s traffic police have increased the arrangement of patrol forces to control operations in the normal state, proactively arrange traffic command and control forces in key areas, routes, and concentration areas. crowded to ensure smooth traffic.
Busy motorbikes and cars on Hoang Van Thu streetINDEPENDENT
People in Ho Chi Minh City traveling on the road must be vaccinated or F0 people who have recovered from the disease in less than 180 days. Photo taken on Dong Khoi Street (District 1)INDEPENDENT
Test before starting workINDEPENDENT
“In order to ensure traffic order and safety when Ho Chi Minh City implements Directive 18, the traffic police will increase patrols, control and strictly handle violations that are the direct causes of traffic accidents and congestion. traffic”, a representative of the Road and Railway Traffic Police Department of the Ho Chi Minh City Police Department informed. Follow Thanh Nien Online
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