While many are working remotely from the safety of their homes, frontline squads of kitchen and food supply staff have risked exposure to the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) serving sizzling, nutritionally balanced meals to those quarantined at military camps in Vietnam over the past few months. Alongside medical staff working on the front line whose relentless efforts are key to saving lives in the face of the ongoing pandemic, essential supply and delivery workers are also an important driver of the country’s battle against the virus. Among them are kitchen and food distributing staff who are working almost around the clock to prepare and serve meals to people kept in isolation at military camps in Hanoi, the mountainous province of Lao Cai – approximately 320 kilometers to the capital’s north – and the central city of Da Nang. Vietnam mandates that everyone arriving from abroad goes into quarantine for at least 14 days – the advised incubation time of the novel coronavirus – upon arrival. The tireless dedication of the military personnel responsible for the running of these facilities has warmed the hearts of the people being quarantined and brought smiles to their faces during the isolation period. Two soldiers distribute… Read full this story
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