VCN- The General Department of Vietnam Customs (GDVC) has requested subordinate units to take drastic measures to prevent and control the Covid-19 pandemic amid the increase in new infections in the community.
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Accordingly, the GDVC has required heads of units to request their officers to comply with requirements on disease prevention and control.
The country’s top customs agency has also asked the units to make appropriate working plans and not to hold unnecessary meetings and conferences with large numbers of participants; hold virtual meetings and work online, and apply information technology in performance, and prevent delays.
Especially, the national customs sector has requested the units to facilitate imports and exports.
It has also requested the heads of units to limit going out for business. Officers are required to restrict movement among localities; especially areas classified with risk assessment level for Covid-19 at level 3 and 4; review officers that have not yet been vaccinated with two doses of a vaccine, and organize full vaccination for officers.
Units need to closely supervise and manage people coming in and out, and implement measures to prevent and control the disease at their offices.
By Nu Bui/Ngoc Loan