Hanoi has 380,000 more PC-Covid users in just over 1 month
From September 16 to now, Hanoi has added 380,000 users of the PC-Covid epidemic prevention application, continuing to hold the 2nd position in the number of PC-Covid users and 6th in the country in terms of PC-Covid rate. Covid on the population.
Statistics from the National Center for Technology for Prevention and Control of Covid-19 also said that Hanoi is currently in the top 10 provinces and cities with the highest percentage of smartphones with PC-Covid installed in the country.
Specifically, the top 10 localities with the highest percentage of smartphones installing PC-Covid applications in the country are: Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Binh Duong, Dong Nai, Hai Duong, Bac Giang, Bac Ninh, and Quang Ninh, respectively. , Hai Phong and Thanh Hoa.
In Hanoi, as of October 25, the number of smartphones with PC-Covid installed on the total number of smartphones was 3,657,326/6,685,289, reaching 55%. The number of smartphones with newly installed PC-Covid applications on October 25 was 6,036.
Five units in Hanoi city with the highest percentage of smartphones with PC-Covid installed so far are in the districts of Hoang Mai, Cau Giay, Ha Dong, Dong Da, and Nam Tu Liem, respectively.
Up to now, the PC-Covid epidemic prevention application has more than 27.1 million users, of which Hanoi “contributes” 3.75 million.
In addition to the number of smartphones with the PC-Covid application installed continuously increasing in the past time, Hanoi is also deploying a medical declaration platform and managing information of people entering and leaving places by scanning QR codes through information. via the PC-Covid app. By the end of October 25, the total number of QR code scanning locations in Hanoi was 637,533, an increase of 3,939 points compared to October 24 and an increase of 341,286 locations compared to September 21 (296,247 locations). ).
Since the fourth Covid-19 outbreak broke out, Hanoi has spent 180 days proactively keeping the area safe and is actively establishing a new normal. That result was obtained because Hanoi correctly assessed the situation, reacted very early, and applied appropriate and timely epidemic prevention solutions.
Nguyen Thanh Liem, Director of the Hanoi Department of Information and Communications, said that technology is contributing to an indispensable “shield” in the prevention and control of the Covid-19 epidemic. The compliance of the masses and the drastic and effective involvement of the government system will help Hanoi secure and maintain the “new normal”.