Tien Giang supports businesses resume production and trade hinh anh 1

Employees at My Tho Industrial Zone in Tien Giang Province. (Photo: VNA)

Tien Giang(VNA) – Various measures are taken by the Mekong Delta province of Tien Giang to assist businesses to resume their production and business in response to Government's Resolution 128 on safe, flexible adaptation to and effective control of the COVID-19 pandemic. The resolution aims to restore production nationwide.

According to Nguyen Nhat Truong, head of the Tien Giang Industrial Zone Management Board, the management board has cooperated with relevant agencies in guiding production plans which are suitable to each enterprise, ensuring that it comply with pandemic prevention and control regulations.

In addition to providing necessary information on COVID-19 pandemic situation in the locality where employees reside, it also arranged staff joining with the local health sector in supervising the vaccination and dealing with outbreaks at industrial zones.

Enterprises are required to carry out tests for their workers in accordance with rules of the Ministry of Health. They are asked to strictly follow pandemic prevention and control regulations. Employees living in pandemic areas of level 3 or 4 or those related with suspected COVID-19 cases shouldn’t be allowed to return to work.

As many as 129 enterprises at the province’s IZs have so far restarted their production with 53,422 workers, Truong said.

The province is home to four operating industrial parks, attracting 107 projects with a total investment capital of over 2.73 billion USD, creating jobs for over 91,000 workers. It also has five industrial clusters with the operation of 79 projects with a total investment capital of over 251 million USD, generating job for over 17,000 workers./.