11 May WHA Industrial Zone 1 – Nghe An Plays its Part to Fight COVID-19 Outbreak
During the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, Vietnam has effective methods to contain the virus spread. In Nghe An province, with 9,000 people strictly participating in the quarantine program, there is no positive case with the new SAT COVID-19 virus so far. This is a great success for the province.
Mr. Nguyen Tien Dung, Chairman of Nghi Loc District People’s Committee (Nghi Loc DPC) said: “Concentrated quarantine centers (for asymptomatic people with epidemiological factors) in Nghi Loc district helped take care of 523 quarantined citizens during 16 to 18 days. These people returned from abroad or from epidemic areas like Bach Mai hospital and high-risk provinces such as Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi and Ha Tinh. Currently, Nghi Loc is preparing the necessary facilities for the second phase of concentrated isolation with nearly 300 people. ”
In mid-April 2020, the representatives from Nghi Loc DPC received a generous donation from WHA Industrial Zone Nghe An JSC. The company’s support will be used to equip and renovate the quarantine areas in Nghi Loc district as soon as possible.
Ms. Nguyen Thi Bich Lien, General Director of WHA Industrial Zone Nghe An JSC (right) presents the donation to Mr. Hoang Van Cuong, Vice Chairman of the Fatherland Front Committee of Nghi Loc district (left)
“WHA Industrial Zone Nghe An JSC wishes to support the prevention of Covid-19 disease among local communities with this donation of USD 5,000 for the purchase of equipment for quarantine centers in Nghi Loc District. We would like to enhance local resources in nearby districts and provinces to improve the effectiveness of the Covid-19 epidemic control, ensuring social security, safety, and health of citizens,” said Ms. Nguyen Thi Bich Lien, General Director of WHA Industrial Zone Nghe An JSC.
Disease movements will be monitored closely in the future. The company will continue to reach out to those on duty to prevent the pandemic in isolated areas, as well as the people indirectly affected by Covid-19 pandemic.
Source: WHA Industrial Zone 1