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Hanoi eases COVID-19 social distancing measures


Hanoi, Sep 23 (EFE).- Daily life of people in Hanoi gradually returned to normal Thursday as authorities began to ease social distancing measures after two months of COVID-19 lockdown. Vietnam has recorded over 718,000 COVID-19 cases and 17,781 deaths since the beginning of pandemic. (Camera: LINH LUONG THAI). B-ROLL OF DAILY LIFE OF PEOPLE IN HANOI, VIETNAM AFTER THE GOVERNMENT EASED THE COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS.

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