In the Morning of 22 June, the delegation of An Binh Hospital and enterprises in Ho Chi Minh City examined and supplied free medicines to the poor in Ly Son island district.
The delegation donated 700 gifts (500,000 dong for each) to social beneficiaries and poor children.
The total money of the said social program was 500 million dong contributed from organizations, individuals, hospitals, businesses in Ho Chi Minh City.
In the same day, the veterans of Quang Ngai Sugar Company also donated 16 gifts (02 million dong/ portion) to children of poor veterans in the island.
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