Medical staff of Bach Mai Hospital sent off to support Ho Chi Minh City in fighting COVID-19
A warm and quick send-off ceremony was held on August 2 for medical staff of Bach Mai Hospital, who are always ready to support Ho Chi Minh City in COVID-19 fight.
NDO – Prof. Dr. Nguyen Quang Tuan, Director of Bach Mai Hospital, along with nearly 200 doctors and nurses, left Hanoi on August 2 to operate Field Hospital No.16 in District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, serving for COVID-19 control.
Prof. Dr. Nguyen Quang Tuan, Director of Bach Mai Hospital, along with nearly 200 doctors and nurses, are responsible to operating Field Hospital No.16 in District 7.
“Field Hospital No.16 is located in a convenient place with stable traffic. My colleague and I will operate the hospital in the most effective and scientific manner. The leading experts and doctors in active resuscitation, anti-toxicity and infection will provide the best treatment for patients”, shared Prof. Dr. Nguyen Quang Tuan.
The medical staff participating in this special mission have received two doses of COVID-19 vaccine and have good knowledge of epidemic prevention measures. All of them are excited and ready for the trip and promise to return home after the epidemic is controlled.
The white-shirted warriors take photos together before sending off to carry out their mission.
The delegation of medical staff will go to Ho Chi Minh by a private jet to ensure the fastest and safest procedure.
Sharing and assigning specific tasks to the members of the delegation, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dao Xuan Co, Deputy Director of Bach Mai Hospital, highly appreciated the volunteer spirit of the doctors and nurses assisting the south. They will uphold the experience of epidemic prevention and control in the “battlefields” while joining hands with southern compatriots to successfully stamp out the pandemic and extending Bach Mai Hospital’s spirit and sentiments to the south.
Close friends bid farewell before setting off to the epidemic-hit centre.
"Don't worry, I will return when the epidemic is over” and “Stay safe at home... I'm going to fight the epidemic" are among emotional the goodbyes.
"We are always waiting for you to return on the day the whole country wins the epidemic."
Prof. Dr. Nguyen Quang Tuan and nearly 200 white-shirted soldiers say goodbye to their colleagues to go to Ho Chi Minh City.
Colleagues wave goodbye to doctors and nurses assisting Ho Chi Minh City.
“"Stay safe at work and we will eat banh tom (deep fried shrimp cakes) in West Lake together after the epidemic is controlled”, nurse Diep Chi happily told her close friends before leaving for Ho Chi Minh City”.
Be strong, white-shirted warriors!
According to the Ministry of Health, Vietnam recorded 3,201 COVID-19 infections on August 2, including 1,997 from Ho Chi Minh City.
Translated by NDO
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