Postmen work as “silent soldiers” connecting people with functional agencies

SGGP
Amid the current situation, the Ho Chi Minh City Post Office has mobilized over 3,700 postmen, employees and tellers to meet the demand of submitting documents and receiving results for HCMC residents and enterprises under the citywide social distancing order.
As Ho Chi Minh City is performing social distancing to prevent and control the Covid-19 pandemic, the city residents have to limit going out to directly submit documents to government agencies for administrative procedures. For this reason, the agencies in the city strengthen working online and encourage the reception and return of the results via post offices.

In the last month, nearly 554,000 dossiers were sent via the post offices, bringing the total number of handled documents in the first six months to 3.2 million, an increase of 20 percent compared with the same period last year. The postmen and post office tellers have been working as “silent soldiers” connecting people with agencies serving the essential demand of dossier handling of HCMC residents.

Some SGGP's photos featuring the hard-working of postmen during the social distancing days.

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By Duong Loan –Translated by Huyen Huong

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