C.P Vietnam Charitable Assistance Fund donates half a million medical masks to Da Nang as soon as there is a local case of Covid-19.
Ms. Le Nhat Thuy – Chairman of Vietnam Charity Support Fund said that 500,000 masks were transferred to Da Nang to give local people free of charge through the Youth Union and the City Youth Association Danang. The urgent support of medical masks helps Da Nang organize the prevention of epidemics, contributing to reducing the possibility of infection in the community.
The move is part of the “Compassion mask” project that C.P Group has launched since March, in Thailand, Vietnam and other countries in the region.
Since Covid-19 broke out, CP Group in Thailand, with its global network, has urgently built a modern mask factory with a capacity of 3 million units per month, then provided free of charge to all employees. Medical tablets on duty and difficult people.
In Vietnam, the process of building the factory was urgently implemented for more than 8 weeks, starting production from July 15 and is expected to award 8 million masks to medical doctors and soldiers on duty. anti-epidemic. In particular, a large number of masks are being moved to disadvantaged people living in complex epidemic areas.
On the morning of July 26, Da Nang recorded two patients, Covid-19, “patients 416” and 418, identified as cases of infection in the community. The source of infection for these two people is unknown. Epidemiological investigations show that they have not traveled outside the city for the past month, mainly at home. Both are in very serious condition, the disease is rapidly developing, one has to intervene ECMO, one is ventilated through intubation.
Earlier, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc chaired the Government’s Permanent Meeting on Prevention of Covid-19.
Here, the head of the Government emphasized that with the newly emerging case, the units, especially Da Nang City, the health sector had to “be calm and resolute to deal with, especially the area where patients have come.” , Living”. Local authorities continue to investigate, trace and isolate concentrated close contacts (F1), localize the epidemic, not to “break the battle”.
Government leaders urged people to implement anti-epidemic measures such as regular washing of hands with soap and disinfectant solution, especially in Da Nang.
According to VNE