According to the District 4 Department of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs' statistics, the district currently has 233 children who have lost a parent in the pandemic need urgent government support. Fifty-two of them have lost their father, mother, or both parents. In addition to the policies for them, the Women’s Union and the Youth Union in District 4 called on sponsors to provide scholarships and textbooks, until the end of high school. At this time, local administrations called for food, gifts, cakes and milk for the children during strict social distancing mandates.
By staff writers – Translated by Uyen Phuong
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