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After 10 days and nights of preparation, at 11 am on August 1, 2021, Dr Le Tuan Thanh received a message that “the system is through” and burst into tears. “I knew we could do something for HCM City residents,” he said.
The HCMC government is considering mobilizing recovered Covid-19 patients as volunteers in the fight against the pandemic in the city.
Hundreds of doctors have joined the Facebook group ‘Giup nhau mua dich’ (helping each other) to assist people during the Covid-19 pandemic.
“I usually have to stay up late at night to take samples for testing, often with an empty stomach,” the medical school student said.
Sleeping three or four hours a day, being ready to work regardless of the time, or spending hours sweltering inside a protective suit.
The kindness of "night-road knights" has made a massive contribution to reducing traffic accidents, and has won acclaim from the people and the government of Binh Tan District, HCM City.
After finishing his daily job as a construction worker, at about 8pm most days Nguyen Thanh Hien gets on his motorbike and starts helping others.
As researchers race to develop vaccines to combat the spread of COVID-19, many people from all walks of life want to get involved in the fight by volunteering to join clinical trials for COVID-19 vaccines.
A total of 74 volunteers were given the Vietnamese COVID-19 vaccine, Nano Covax, in phase II of human trials on Friday.
At 9 am, an ambulance left Field Hospital No 1 in Hai Duong province, carrying a group of students to a site in Chi Linh City where they needed to take samples for tests for SARS-nCov-2.
“If everyone just sits and waits and no one dares to get a vaccine injection trial, the vaccine won't be successful,” said one of the first three volunteers in the Nanocovax vaccine trial.
During the peak days fighting the COVID-19 pandemic in Da Nang, besides ‘frontline soldiers’ like doctors, police and army forces, there are many outstanding examples of pandemic prevention and control bringing up the ‘rear’.
It has been a week since Tran Diem My, a student of Hanoi Medical University, began volunteering.
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Thousands of people flocked to the annual bazaar hosted by the Hanoi International Women’s Club (HIWC) yesterday in a new urban area in western Hanoi – enjoying fun, sun and wind.
Young volunteers across Vietnam are planning to fix and build about 4,300km of roads, carry out coastal clean-ups at 400 locations and plant at least 2.5 million trees during this summer from June to August.