Murals in Hanoi convey message of fighting Covid-19
A 100-metre-long wall on Vu Trong Khanh Street in Hanoi's Ha Dong District, is now painted with colorful images that spread a message of fighting COVID-19. It is a work by the Hanoi Youth Union.
|Murals spreading a message of COVID-19 prevention and control is now completed. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|The 100-metre-long art work features 10 large paintings on COVID-19 prevention and control. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|The paintings with different topics but all carry a message of fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|The mural paintings are located in Tran Phu – Vu Trong Khanh T-junction in Hanoi’s Ha Dong district. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|The paintings capture attention of passersby. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|The mural paintings themed COVID-19 prevention and control hit Hanoi street. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|After completion, the work draws public attention. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|The mural paintings encourage people to adhere to anti-pandemic recommendations by the Health Ministry. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|Children poses for photos by a mural painting of 5K (in Vietnamese, which is literally translated as facemask, disinfection, distance, health declaration and no gatherings) message by the Health of Ministry. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
Source: VNP/ Vietnam+
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