What HCMC will do to support expats amid Covid-19
The People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City has recently issued a plan to support foreigners who fall into difficulties due to the Covid-19 pandemic in the city.
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Accordingly, the municipal military high command will work with authorities of Thu Duc city, districts, departments and agencies to arrange accommodation along with meals for foreigners in concentrated quarantine facilities.
The municipal People’s Committee assigned the local police to ensure security and safety in those facilities.
The municipal Health Department must also ensure necessary medical supplies there and offer training courses on pandemic prevention and control.
By now, thousands of expats residing in Ho Chi Minh City have been vaccinated against the COVID-19 pandemic in recent weeks, thereby helping to protect themselves and the wider community.
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