On the afternoon of September 19, at Hung Long Pagoda (Gac Chuong Pagoda), Ninh Binh City, the Executive Board of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha of Ninh Binh province held a meeting with monks and nuns who went to participate in the fight against the epidemic in Ho Chi Minh City.
Responding to the call of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha about mobilizing monks and nuns to volunteer to participate in the fight against the epidemic in the southern provinces, Buddhism in Ninh Binh province has nearly 20 monks and nuns registered to participate and ready to participate. set out under the coordination of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha.
Currently, there are 2 people participating in the fight against the epidemic at the Field Hospitals of Long An Province and Ho Chi Minh City. On September 21, 3 monks and nuns continued to join the fight against the epidemic at the No. 13 Field Hospital of the Vietnam – Germany Friendship Hospital, Binh Hung Commune, Binh Chanh District, Ho Chi Minh City.
Previously, on September 15, Most Venerable Thich Thanh Nhieu, Standing Vice Chairman of the Executive Council of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha, on behalf of the Standing Board of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha, signed Decision No. 228/QD-HDTS to appoint 11 monks and nuns. Volunteers (2nd phase) join the frontline of Covid-19 prevention and control in Ho Chi Minh City.
Among the 11 volunteer monks and nuns, there are 3 Buddhists in Ninh Binh province, 4 Buddhists in Nghe An province, 1 Buddhist in Ha Nam province, 2 Buddhists in Thai Binh province and 1 Buddhist member. Hai Phong Church.