QR scanning points to manage information of people entering and leaving My Dinh Stadium during matches of the Vietnamese team will be held at all doors. This is to support disease control in Hanoi.
The Vietnam Football Federation said that in order to control all people entering and leaving My Dinh Stadium in the upcoming matches of the Vietnamese team, this agency has coordinated with the Hanoi Department of Information and Communications and the Center for Public Affairs. National Covid-19 prevention technology organizes QR scanning points at all entrances and exits of My Dinh yard. The QR scanning is to support Hanoi’s use of technology in disease control.
|To control all people who come to My Dinh stadium to cheer for the Vietnamese team, QR codes are pasted at the 56 entrance/exit doors of the stadium. (Artwork: Huy Phong/Vietnamnet)|
In addition to buying match tickets, the conditions for fans to enter My Dinh Stadium to watch 2 matches of the Vietnamese team against the Japanese team (November 19, 2021) and the Saudi team Arabia (November 19, 2021) is: Having a certificate or electronic confirmation of having received 2 full doses of the vaccine (the 2nd dose has passed 14 days or more) or a certificate of having recovered from Covid-19 in the past year. within the last 6 months; Negative test for Covid-19 up to 72 hours before the match; Personal papers for inspection (ID card, citizen identification, passport…).
In particular, another important condition is that fans need to install the Electronic Health Book application or the PC-Covid application, make a medical declaration, scan the QR code at the checkpoints and strictly comply with the 5K regulations. of the Ministry of Health, sitting at a distance in the stands, must wear a mask the entire time they are present at My Dinh yard.
Mr. Nguyen Thanh Liem, Director of Hanoi Department of Information and Communications said: “The compliance of all classes of people and the drastic and effective participation of the government system will help Hanoi ensure the ‘new normal’. In which, technology is contributing an indispensable “shield”. Scanning QR codes helps to quickly track and control people entering and exiting in the most effective way. This is a technology applied in many countries around the world during the Covid-19 pandemic.”.
According to the representative of the Vietnam Football Federation, General Secretary Le Hoai Anh, being allowed to welcome the audience to the stadium to cheer for 2 matches in November 2021 is good news for the country’s football fans as well as the national team. Vietnam, because this is the home field advantage that every team needs.
“In order to have the best preparation, the Vietnam Football Federation has coordinated with the Hanoi Department of Information and Communications and the National Technology Center to prevent Covid 19 to paste the QR Code at 56 entrances/exit doors of the stadium. My Dinh. This helps the audience to report information more conveniently. Hopefully, with the support from the stands, the Vietnamese team will play with good results.”Mr. Le Hoai Anh shared.
|Electronic health declaration, management of information of people entering and leaving the location by QR code is one of the technology solutions that Hanoi has drastically implemented.|
Hanoi has been thoroughly applying this strategy and is one of the localities most strongly deploying technology solutions, helping people feel secure with the “new normal”. The organizers are completing the final preparations to ensure the safety of the audience to My Dinh Stadium.
According to statistics, by the end of October 25, the total number of QR code scanning locations in the city 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). ).
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