Landlords and local administrations in Ho Chi Minh City have provided support to migrant laborers without jobs and essentials - returning to the southern largest city to mitigate the negative impacts of Covid-19.
According a survey made by DKRA Vietnam Joint Stock Company (DKRA Vietnam), the housing market in Southern provinces saw a marked decline in the third quarter of this year. Enterprises in HCMC and neighboring provinces recently offered two projects selling 118 land plots but only 28 pieces were bought.
With the motto “Mature rice means harvest time”, border guards are still working in rice fields to get local authorities their quota for the summer-autumn harvest and help farmers harvest the crops before the rain damages them.
During the devastating pandemic, many children have been rendered orphans and deprived of family care having lost one or both parents. More than 1,500 children in Ho Chi Minh City experienced the death of one parent or both parent in the latest coronavirus outbreak; therefore, organizations, unions, and local administrations with benefactors together support them - hidden victims of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic in Ho Chi Minh City, a group of philanthropists have assisted poor cancer patients to overcome difficulties, poor patients in tumor hospitals citywide have been moved at city dwellers' assistance.