More than 300 health workers of Viet Duc hospital head to Ho Chi Minh City for COVID-19 fight

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More than 300 health workers of Viet Duc hospital head to Ho Chi Minh City for COVID-19 fight
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NDO – More than 300 medical staff members of Viet Duc Hospital in Hanoi have headed to Ho Chi Minh City to support the treatment of severe COVID-19 patients in the city.

Before their departure, many doctors and nurses decided to cut their hair short to make it more convenient for wearing protective gear and taking care of COVID-19 patients.

Doctor Le Nhat Huy has his hair cut off by a colleague.

At a meeting on August 5 with the medical staff, Director of Viet Duc Hospital, Dr. Prof. Tran Binh Giang stressed that their trip is a difficult, arduous, and dangerous task, but it is also very glorious at the same time.

All of the medical workers received their full two shots of COVID-19 vaccines and had negative coronavirus tests result before leaving for Ho Chi Minh City.

A nurse bid a tearful farewell to her colleagues.

Ready to join the COVID-19 fight in Ho Chi Minh City.

Take on new mission with trust in victory.

Leaders of Viet Duc hospital at the send-off event.

Nurses bid farewell to their colleagues, wishing them health, peace, and success in their new mission.

Dr. Prof. Tran Binh Giang, the director of Viet Duc Hospital, waves goodbye to his colleagues.

Photos: T.H - K.O