Public posters about fight against COVID-19 unveiled

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism says it has received 103 posters from artists across the country for a contest to raise public awareness of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and measures to control it.

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The Ministry has sent a number of invitation letters to experienced artists encouraging them to participate in the contest between March 10 and March 15.

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After five days, the organising board has received a total of 103 artworks, of which 14 best pieces have been selected for display.

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Each of the selected artworks will be made public, serving to boost awareness among people nationwide about the measures they can take to fight the COVID-19.

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Painter Do Trung Kien alone had the record for highest output after creating 10 pieces.

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Here are some images of the posters:

 
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