Overseas Vietnamese donate another billion VND to fight Covid-19

Vietnamese communities in the US, UK, Japan and Ukraine have donated more than one billion VND to support the fight against Covid-19 in the country.

The above amount was given to the Vietnam Fatherland Front by Deputy Foreign Minister, Chairman of the State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese Pham Quang Hieu, on behalf of overseas Vietnamese, to the Vietnam Fatherland Front today, according to a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The ceremony to give money to overseas Vietnamese to support the prevention of Covid-19 epidemic today.  Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The ceremony to give money to overseas Vietnamese to support the prevention of Covid-19 epidemic today. Photo: Foreign Office.

Up to now, overseas Vietnamese have sent back more than 60 billion VND with many medical equipment and supplies. Many overseas businessmen and intellectuals have participated in proposing initiatives and solutions to control the epidemic and develop the economy and society in the new situation.

Since April 27, the fourth outbreak in Vietnam caused by the fast-spreading Delta mutation has occurred in many provinces and cities, causing particularly serious losses. Currently, the epidemic situation continues to be complicated, some places still have to implement strict measures to prevent and control the epidemic.

Mr. Do Van Chien, Secretary of the Party Central Committee, Chairman of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front called and launched the campaign “All people unite, strive to prevent and control the Covid-19 epidemic”, calling on all people promote the spirit of great national unity, support funding, medical equipment, food, food, necessities… for epidemic prevention and control.

Huyen Le

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