Touching images shared during the Covid-19 pandemic

In the midst of the stressful and complicated developments of the epidemic, touching stories shared in the community have added motivation and strength to fight the epidemic.

In recent days, social networks have spread many touching stories and pictures about sharing between people in difficulties.

These include images of traffic police officers in the provinces of Gia Lai, Thua Thien-Hue, Quang Tri and Da Nang joining volunteers through the night to give free gas, food, and drinking water to thousands of people who drove motorbikes from Ho Chi Minh City to their hometown.

There is also the image of Senior Lieutenant Nguyen Thanh Binh of the Da Nang Border Guard carrying an elderly Covid-19 patient from the 4th floor of the quarantine center to an ambulance to go to the hospital.

Or the story of a man in Ho Chi Minh City who went out at midnight to seek an oxygen tank for his cancer-stricken son. With the assistance of traffic police officers, he bought and carried the oxygen tank back to his home.

Recently, social networks spread the image of Miss Universe Vietnam H'Hen Niê as a volunteer. Wearing a simple outfit, the beauty queen drove a motorbike to deliver food and necessities to people in the quarantine area.

Emotional images captured in recent days:

Những hình ảnh lay động trái tim giữa đại dịch Covid-19

Traffic police officers prepare free food for workers who ride motorbikes from Ho Chi Minh City to their hometown in the central region.

Những hình ảnh lay động trái tim giữa đại dịch Covid-19
Những hình ảnh lay động trái tim giữa đại dịch Covid-19

Traffic police officers work through the night to help provide traffic guidance, free gasoline, food and water to thousands of people riding motorbikes from Ho Chi Minh City to their hometowns to avoid the outbreak.

Những hình ảnh lay động trái tim giữa đại dịch Covid-19

In order to ensure that people do not stop during the journey, traffic police of Gia Lai province give each motorbike driver 1.5 liters of gasoline, drinking water...

Những hình ảnh lay động trái tim giữa đại dịch Covid-19

People with broken motorbikes are carried on trucks of Da Nang Traffic Police.

Những hình ảnh lay động trái tim giữa đại dịch Covid-19

A restaurant in Trieu Phong district (Quang Tri province) prepares hundreds of free meals for those who drive from HCM city back home.

 
Những hình ảnh lay động trái tim giữa đại dịch Covid-19

Da Nang SOS group donates food to disadvantaged people in a quarantine area.

Những hình ảnh lay động trái tim giữa đại dịch Covid-19
Những hình ảnh lay động trái tim giữa đại dịch Covid-19

Senior Lieutenant Nguyen Thanh Binh of the Da Nang Border Guard carrying an elderly Covid-19 patient from the 4th floor of the quarantine center to an ambulance to go to the hospital. Photo: Nguyen Tong Khiem

Những hình ảnh lay động trái tim giữa đại dịch Covid-19

Mr. Le Dinh Van went out at midnight to seek an oxygen tank for his cancer-stricken son. With the assistance of traffic police officers, he bought and carried the oxygen tank back home.

Những hình ảnh lay động trái tim giữa đại dịch Covid-19
Những hình ảnh lay động trái tim giữa đại dịch Covid-19
Những hình ảnh lay động trái tim giữa đại dịch Covid-19



Những hình ảnh lay động trái tim giữa đại dịch Covid-19
Wearing a simple outfit, the beauty queen drove a motorbike to deliver food and necessities to people in the quarantine area.

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