After Australia, Vietnam has stepped forward in order to soften the lockdown and make life easier for the citizens.
Vietnam becomes the second country to come up with such a workable approach against the current crisis.
Vietnamese government made this decision amid no reported deaths since the countrywide outbreak. Vietnam must be the luckiest and by far one of the safest countries where the death toll remains zero till date. Furthermore, the number of affected people is also not worrisome.
Despite the fact that Vietnam shares its borders with China, it hasn’t been eminently affected by the Coronavirus. The total number of reported cases within Vietnam remains as low as 268. The icing on the cake, none of them has drawn his last breath.
The World Health Organization aka WHO has officially eulogized the current situation in Vietnam. They’ve sung the praises of the Vietnamese government that took commendable initiatives in good time and saved its populace from the pitfall of COVID-19.
They did a great job by establishing mass quarantines across the country. The vendors and laborers were made to go through tests, and only after getting cleared, they were allowed to vend on streets. Not only that, but they also made their people learn and practice social distancing on the streets.
Some people consider the facts and figures handed over by the Vietnamese government dubious. They postulate that the official figures cannot be trusted so easily. In the end, the same people think there isn’t a lot of substance to dare the data given by Vietnam’s health ministry.
If other countries had also taken such tenable measures from the get-go, they could have rescued their populaces from the hidden and unsuspected danger of COVID-19, but most of them waited for the virus to unravel its tyranny which is nothing but unfortunate.
Vietnam is an example most slightly affected countries can follow to save their people from the perilous COVID-19.