Chi Linh Pagoda (Xuan Thanh Commune, Yen Thanh District, Nghe An) became a concentrated isolation point with about 5-80 citizens who are cases of F1, F2 and citizens returning from epidemic areas.
According to a representative of the leader of Xuan Thanh commune, in the face of complicated developments of the Covid-19 epidemic, it is expected that in the coming days, the area will continue to receive many citizens returning from epidemic areas, isolation areas at schools will be closed. Previously requisitioned must be returned to the school for the teaching and learning sector in the new school year. Through surveying a number of locations, Chi Linh Pagoda is one of those eligible to establish a concentrated isolation area.
Accordingly, the lecture hall and 2-storey residential area for Buddhists will be used to isolate about 50-80 people in batches for people returning from epidemic areas or F1. It is expected that during the quarantine period, the pagoda will provide additional rice, vegetables, tubers and fruits, and serve free meals.
Immediately after the decision was made to establish a concentrated isolation area, Chi Linh Pagoda together with the local militia force urgently cleaned up, installed more lighting systems, installed wifi, surveillance cameras, security systems. Provide clean water, disinfect the entire area around the temple, ensure the needs and be ready to receive cases of concentrated medical isolation.
“We feel very happy and are always willing to support in terms of facilities and funds to join hands with the state, contributing to reducing the burden on the prevention of the Covid-19 pandemic. This is also the spirit of service that monks can do in the current period with the hope that the epidemic is controlled and the people work in peace,” said Venerable Thich Tue Minh, abbot of Chi Linh Pagoda. know.
Up to now, in Nghe An province, there have been two pagodas that have become concentrated isolation places: An Thai pagoda (Quynh Luu district) and Chi Linh pagoda (Yen Thanh district).
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