* In Hai Phong city, the Youth Union of the Naval Medical Institute held a program themed "Volunteer Saturday — For Community Life" with the participation of over 100 troops and youths.
Therefore, a medical team was sent to 30 policy households in Anh Dung ward, Duong Kinh district to provide free health checkups and medicines and instruct the locals on how to prevent and control the COVID-19 pandemic.
In addition, they also cleaned up roads and collected more than a ton of waste.
Meanwhile, Youth Union of Brigade 679, Naval Region 1 also ran a similar program, attracting the participation of 65 troops.
* In Ba Ria – Vung Tau province, youths of Brigade 171, Naval Region 2 cleaned up the environment and collected three tons of rubbish.
On this occasion, they also exchanged with Youth Union of District 5, Ho Chi Minh City.
* In Nhon Trach district, Dong Nai province, over 400 troops of the Training Center of Naval Region 2 joined activities in response to the Youth Month.
They planted flowers, collected waste, and beautified the barracks.
* Brigade 957's youths in Cam Ranh city, Khanh Hoa province also held a program with theme "Youth of Brigade 957 joining hands to protect the environment and "Say no to plastic waste."
Therefore, thousands of troops cleaned 400m of road, planted 100 trees, and collected over a ton of rubbish, including more than 100kg of plastic waste.
Meanwhile, Brigade 955, Naval Region 4 also sent youths to work with Youth Union of Cam Phuc Nam ward to organize "Reunion Day" in 2021.
Reportedly, youths of the two units took part in cleaning up the environment, taking care of trees, collecting over 5 tons of waste, presenting over 500 medical masks to local people and disseminating information about COVID-19 prevention and control.
Translated by Khanh Ngan
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