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HCMC: Scan QR codes at checkpoints to avoid congestion ùn


16/07/2021 11:33 GMT+7

The Traffic Police Department of Ho Chi Minh City Police has just provided 12 QR codes for people to conveniently declare health at the gateways to the city.

From July 15, the SCGT Division of the City Police officially provided 12 QR Codes corresponding to 12 gateways in and out of the city for people to make medical declarations. This is to save time for people, and at the same time solve the problem of congestion and crowding at quarantine checkpoints.

QR codes are provided for stations including: Ho Chi Minh City – Long Thanh – Dau Giay Expressway station (Long Phuoc Toll Station), Tan Tao – Cho Dem Road Station (HCMC – Central Expressway Toll Station). Luong), Tran Van Giau inspection station (at the foot of the Double bridge, bordering Long An),…

People can take pictures or save these QR codes to their devices to declare before passing the station to save time. At the stations, there are also these QR Codes for people to make medical declarations. The functional force asked people to scan the correct QR code for each separate gate.

In addition, people participating in traffic in and out of stations must also prepare additional documents such as: Covid-19 test paper with negative results, valid for 72 hours from the time of test results. and certified by health authorities; ID card/citizen identity card and driving license…

People can save it to their phones or scan one of the 12 corresponding QR codes below to make a medical declaration depending on each station they enter/exit:

HCMC: Scan QR codes at checkpoints to avoid congestion ùn
HCMC: Scan QR codes at checkpoints to avoid congestion
HCMC: Scan QR codes at checkpoints to avoid congestion ùn
HCMC: Scan QR codes at checkpoints to avoid congestion ùn
HCMC: Scan QR codes at checkpoints to avoid congestion ùn
HCMC: Scan QR codes at checkpoints to avoid congestion
HCMC: Scan QR codes at checkpoints to avoid congestion
HCMC: Scan QR codes at checkpoints to avoid congestion ùn
HCMC: Scan QR codes at checkpoints to avoid congestion
HCMC: Scan QR codes at checkpoints to avoid congestion
HCMC: Scan QR codes at checkpoints to avoid congestion

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