Official Dispatch 882/UBND-VX 2022 Ho Chi Minh City providing guidance on medical measures applicable to F1 cases who are employees or students
HCMC: Fully vaccinated F1 cases are allowed to continue going to the workplace
This noticeable content is prescribed in the Official Dispatch No. 882/UBND-VX dated March 24, 2022 of Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee, providing guidance on medical measures applicable to close contacts (F1 cases) who are employees or students.
Specifically, fully vaccinated F1 cases or those who have been infected with COVID-19 within 3 months are allowed to continue going to the workplace or schools, provided that they strictly comply with the following requirements:
- Self-monitoring health for at least 10 days after the last date of having close contact with an F0 case, conducting tests for SARS-CoV-2 on the 5th day and when showing suspected symptoms (by RT-PCR or rapid antigen test, and such test must be conducted by F1 cases or their caregivers or health staff or health agencies). During this period, F1 cases must go to the workplace or schools (from their places of residence) by private vehicles.
- Strictly complying with anti-pandemic measures, such as regularly wearing face masks; disinfecting hands; avoiding sharing personal belongings with others in daily life, at the workplace or schools.
- Avoiding being in close contact with people classified in the risk group (those with underlying medical conditions, people over 50 years of age, pregnant women, unfully vaccinated people) in the family, at the workplace, or schools, etc.; making health declarations on the PC-Covid app.
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translation of the Official Gazette of the Vietnam News Agency
HO CHI MINH CITY
THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM
Ho Chi Minh City, March 24, 2022
- Departments, agencies, and sectors of the City;
- People’s Committees of Thu Duc City and other districts.
Currently, the pandemic in Ho Chi Minh City is basically put under control, most people over 12 years of age have been vaccinated against COVID-19, and most COVID-19 patients other than those in the risk group showed mild or no symptoms and recovered in a rapid manner.