EXTERNAT RELATIONS Updated at 09:47:16 08/15/2020  (Views:  152 )
Binh Thuan

Binh Thuan: Covid-19 prevention and control tightened along marine borders

BTO – In the face of complicated development of Covid-19 pandemic, the provincial Border Guard Command (CPO) has deployed various measures in the combat against the epidemic. With great determination to prevent the outbreak, all measures are strictly, synchronously and drastically implemented along the coastal areas of the province.

Under the newly-promulgated deployment, all the border guards are put on high alert and ready for patrol, monitor and scrutiny around the fishing ports, anchoring areas at the coastal borders. The propaganda and coordination among the authorities at all levels are strengthened to raise public knowledge of marine borders on epidemic prevention.

Covid-19 prevention and control is strictly checked around the sea borders

In preparation for plans on human resources, technical facilities, drugs, chemicals, equipment, personal protection, etc. to meet the requirements of disease prevention in cases of any new Covid-19 cases found in the province.

The Border Guards of Lien Huong Port, Phu Quy port will also team up with multiples forces to inspect, supervise, and prevent the input and output of vehicles and sailors. All the entrance to Vinh Tan port, Thermo power plants and Phu Quy port must be strictly scrutinized. Foreign sailors shall not be allowed to reach the shore.  

For the sea route from Phan Thiet to Phu Quy, border checkpoints must coordinate with forces in checking, monitoring the on-board passengers while urging them to wear face masks during the journeys, not go to crowded places and notice the nearest medical sector of their health conditions in case of high fever, cough, difficultly-breathing, etc. People with any symptom of influenza, please do not hide your illness or try to leave the residence, but notice the local health authorities for further advice.

Translated by My Thien (Source: Binh Thuan Online)

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