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Saigon Times-Great Circle program presents gifts to medical workers in District 5

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HCMC – As part of the “Saigon Times – Great Circle – Join hands to fight the Covid-19 pandemic” program, the Saigon Times Group on June 17 coordinated with the Tan Hiep Phat Group’s Dr Thanh tea brand and Acecook Vietnam JSC to present 200 gift sets to medical workers of the District 5 Medical Center in HCMC.

The gift sets, including 100 boxes of instant noodles of Acecook Vietnam and 100 boxes of Dr Thanh cooling tea, were expected to lend a helping hand to frontline medical workers in the Covid-19 combat.

Employees of the Saigon Times Group load gift sets onto a truck

Nguyen Quoc Viet, deputy director of the District 5 Medical Center, said like other agencies, the center was prepared to fight the pandemic. The capacity of a centralized quarantine center had been increased to 200 beds.

The “Saigon Times – Great Circle – Join hands to fight the Covid-19 pandemic” is a meaningful and prompt program to encourage frontline medical workers to bring the pandemic under control, Viet added.

The current fourth Covid-19 wave has shown no signs of abating in HCMC and the country as a whole. The Saigon Times Group is calling on enterprises, entrepreneurs and benefactors to contribute to the Covid-19 fight so as to early bring life to back to normal.

A medical worker of the District 5 Medical Center is at work

On June 15, the Saigon Times Group joined hands with the An Cuong Wood Working Joint Stock Company, the Saigon Thang Long Group and the Thang Loi Group to donate eight tons of rice and other gifts to residents of the Ehome 3 apartment building compound under lockdown in Binh Tan District.

In the coming period, essential commodities will be presented to medical workers in other districts in the city.

Following the success of the “Saigon Times-Great Circle” program in 2020, the Saigon Times Group continued the program this year with the theme “Join hands to fight the Covid-19 pandemic” to support people affected by the pandemic.

The program will receive donations from organizations and individuals and then distribute them to the needy in HCMC and other provinces.

Donations for the program can be sent to:

Tap chi Kinh te Sai Gon

Bank account number: 1007 1485 1003318

Vietnam Export Import Commercial Joint Stock Bank (Eximbank) – Hoa Binh Branch – HCMC

Transaction content: Name – UnghoSaigon Times – NVTL – Donghanhchongdich

Valued enterprises and readers who want to donate gift sets can contact Huynh Huong at 0913118711 or Huy Han at 0902696617.

 

By Le Vu – Trinh Hoang

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