Dao Tan Street suffers a tailback of 200 meters at 7 a.m. Wednesday. A task force of police and volunteers screen commuters to determine whether they had violated Covid-19 social distancing measures on Dao Tan, which connects Cau Giay and Ba Dinh districts. In order to pass a checkpoint, commuters have to show documents issued and authorized by their companies or agencies. A checkpoint on Lang Ha Street in Thanh Cong Ward of Ba Dinh District has a signboard listing the punishments one would face if violating the social distancing rule. The checkpoint on De La Thanh Street in Giang Vo Ward of Ba Dinh District. Cars line up on Nguyen Chi Thanh Street in Dong Da District. Police inspect commuters by Sword Lake in the heart of Hanoi. A woman turns around at a checkpoint. A police officer fines a social distancing violator.
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