Several hours after northern Vinh Phuc Province lifted its lockdown over Son Loi Commune by removing dozens of checkpoints, it started raining cats and dogs. The shower, lasting for hours, could not stop local residents from rejoicing as their lives returned to normal. Twenty days earlier, they had commenced tightly controlled lives due to the coronavirus outbreak. The local hustle and bustle returned as worries and fears vanished. With many stores again open, locals hung out to discuss life in the grip of Covid-19. Nguyen Duy Hai, community leader of Ai Van Village, recalls the mad scramble as the deadly new coronavirus hit his hometown. The first infection in Son Loi Commune, as well as Binh Xuyen District, occurred in Ai Van. Young Son Loi cyclists rid themselves of pent up energy with the Covid-19 shut down a thing of the past on March 4, 2020. Photo by VnExpress/Giang Huy. On the sixth day of Lunar New Year (January 30) Hai discovered via social media the patient to be a young woman named Du sent as part of a team employed by a Japanese company for training in Wuhan, China. The group returned to Vietnam on January 17. Du, having watched… Read full this story
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