Vung Tau fishermen finally set sails after Covid hiatus

Vung Tau fishermen finally set sails after Covid hiatus

After two months docking their ships due to Covid-19 protocols, nearly 300 fishermen at Phuoc Hai fishing village in Ba Ria – Vung Tau set sail first thing in the morning on September 19.
HCMC takes care of children orphaned after parents both die of Covid-19

HCMC takes care of children orphaned after parents both die of Covid-19

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.
Special mothers of Covid patients’ newborns

Special mothers of Covid patients’ newborns

Hoa Mi #2 Kindergarten at 11 Ly Thuong Kiet, Ward 12, District 5, HCMC has been transformed into a care center for infants whose mothers are being treated for Covid-19, now called the H.O.P.E Center.
Urban gardens a bright spot during pandemic

Urban gardens a bright spot during pandemic

City dwellers throughout the country have got used to social distancing and days of struggle. Many have found new ways to entertain themselves and even to grow their own vegetables.