The Da Nang health sector and authorities in Da Nang inform households in blockaded areas about the need to prepare for the implementation of mass testing to detect the COVID-19 cases. Pictured are dozens of health workers as they arrive at the locked down areas.
An array of tables used to seat citizens as they have samples taken are arranged in front of Nguyen Hue Secondary School in Hai Chau district.
Plenty of local residents arrive to the testing venues early
Residents enthusiastically head to Nguyen Hue Secondary School in order to get a COVID-19 test
The blockaded areas throughout Hai Chau district contain roughly 600 households, making up approximately 3,000 people. Pictured are residents as they wait patiently for their turn to take a test whilst keeping a safe distance in line with regulations.
A medical worker hurriedly rides their bicycle amid the rain
Despite the arrival of rain, many people attend the Nguyen Hue Secondary School in order to have their samples taken to check for signs of SARS-CoV-2.
Once at the sampling area, people are required to fill in medical declarations, whilst medical workers carefully instruct local people to tables in order to take samples of throat fluids and blood
Medical staff urgently take samples of local residents in order to check for the COVID-19.
Due to the swift nature of testing, over 1,500 people are expected to undertake a COVID-19 test today.
Health workers prepare to collect samples of throat fluids from residents
The outdoor testing area is arranged in a way to ensure safe spacing for citizens of the central city
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Environment staff also urgently collect waste in the blockaded area in order to properly dispose of it.