HCMC simultaneously disburses 3rd relief package to Covid-19 hit people

HCMC simultaneously disburses 3rd relief package to Covid-19 hit people

Under the city’s third financial support package, the wards of District 3, District 11, districts of Nha Be, Can Gio, Go Vap, Tan Binh, Binh Thanh, Phu Nhuan and Thu Duc City yesterday simultaneously sent the relief to Covid-19 hit people with difficult circumstances.
HCMC to launch Covid-19 relief package worth US$323 million

HCMC to launch Covid-19 relief package worth US$323 million

Director of the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs Mr. Le Minh Tan this morning said that HCMC will launch the third urgent financial package with the total funds over VND7,347 billion (US$323 million) to support more than 7.3 million needy people affected by Covid-19 in the city from September 22 to October 4.
PM requires HCMC to timely give supports to needy people

PM requires HCMC to timely give supports to needy people

Vietnamese Prime Minister (PM) Pham Minh Chinh required the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee to direct local authorities to urgently check and support needy people, even those who are ineligible for receiving the financial support as regulated to avoid the inequality.
Nha Be District gives a support to disadvantaged people affected by the pandemic. (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC’s needy people can ask for help through online registration portal

Disadvantaged people affected by the pandemic in HCMC can registered with the HCMC Social Security Center for providing cash assistance or support bags of essential goods at this site: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSff47nZPa1nW7zR6q9HxYInw0VHgBnd7c8CFgLwi5UCVi2BQA/viewform
Members of the “An Binh An heart-to heart” charitable group in Phu Nhuan District’s Ward 8 has prepared nearly 1,000 meals to people in isolation areas, hospitals and low-income laborers. (Photo: SGGP)

Acts of kindness spread across city amid Covid-19 outbreak

In these days, the whole city makes efforts to battle the pandemic that has become a growing complication. In addition, a rise in the number of blocked areas, medical quarantine places and Covid-19 control stations has been seen throughout the city. Many individuals, organizations and businesses in HCMC have joined hands with the municipal government to support people affected by the pandemic when the southern hub has currently implemented social distancing measures.