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Hanoi’s streets are empty, shops are closed because of COVID-19


On weekends, the streets of Hanoi are very few people and vehicles. Shops and restaurants have changed the form of ‘take-out’, making some often crowded streets deserted.
Reported by PV, Although today is the weekend, the main streets such as Hang Bai, Pho Hue, Dinh Tien Hoang… all have few vehicles, the Hoan Kiem lakeside area is empty of people, the areas around Tourist attractions such as the Cathedral, Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc square, Dong Xuan market, Opera House… are all quiet in the middle of the epidemic season.

At the request of the Hanoi People’s Committee, many restaurants and eateries closed to receive guests, parks, flower gardens, and public places were empty, causing people’s living and shopping habits to change. prepare only the most essential things in the midst of this COVID-19 pandemic. “Normally on weekends, I often invite my friends to have breakfast and then have coffee, but on epidemic days like this, I only eat breakfast at home, I don’t dare to go out. The Ministry of Health, both conscious of the community and protecting those around, shared Mr. Quang (27 years old, Dong Da district, Hanoi). VIDEO: At the weekend, the streets of Hanoi were deserted because of the COVID-19 epidemic On weekends, places that are usually crowded such as the Cathedral, Ta Hien, Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc square, the Opera House… are all quiet. The old town area, which was once bustling with restaurants and coffee shops on weekends, is now quiet. The area of ​​Ta Hien street is no longer crowded, tourists are hanging out. Many shops are closed after the request of the Hanoi People’s Committee. The chain of stores closed simultaneously. The area of ​​Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc square is rarely visited by people. At the weekend, many people choose to stay at home instead of going out, leaving the streets of the Capital deserted.Hi The image of the intersection of Trang Tien and Dinh Tien Hoang is like the first day of Tet. The crowded and bustling area of ​​Dong Xuan market is no longer bustling. The banks of Hoan Kiem lake rarely see people walking even though it’s the weekend. On non-epidemic days, this area welcomes thousands of visitors on weekends. Dinh Tien Hoang Street is wide when there is no traffic. Ly Thai To flower garden area is empty of people. Dinh Le Street on the weekend. No longer bustling at the Opera House area. Hue Street on weekends. Busy Thanh Nien Street is also deserted in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic