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Nearly 3,000 thousand people have just returned to Binh Phuoc and nearly 70,000 from Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City and Binh Duong, Dong Nai and Long An have just passed through Binh Phuoc to the Central Highlands, Central and Northern provinces to avoid the epidemic. Binh Phuoc Youth has joined hands to support these people.

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When they arrived at the gateway of Binh Phuoc province, tens of thousands of people returning to their hometown to avoid the epidemic were all checked their papers and made full medical declarations. The Binh Phuoc Provincial Youth Union and the districts of Doan Dong Phu and Chon Thanh quickly assisted these people as they passed through the province.

A teenager in a group of people returning to his hometown passing by Dong Phu district was touched to receive free meals and support money from Mrs. Nguyen Thi Bong – Chairman of Sen Hong Club

Accordingly, Binh Phuoc Provincial Youth Union mobilized Sen Hong Club of Binh Phuoc province to organize 4 “relay” sessions, giving out nearly 5,000 servings of rice, sticky rice, roasted pork bread, milk, fruit, and drinking water. free of charge worth nearly 150 million dong; supporting 130 million VND for people to return to their hometown to avoid the epidemic (each resident receives 50 or 100 thousand VND for petrol) at the epidemic prevention and control checkpoint No. 2 on DT.741, in Tan Lap commune (Dong Phu district).

Mr. Khua A Khua - H'Mong ethnic group (from Yen Bai province) was very touched when Mrs. Nguyen Thi Bong - President of Sen Hong Club gave 2 million VND to help him return to his hometown.

Mr. Khua A Khua – H’Mong ethnic group (from Yen Bai province) was very touched when Mrs. Nguyen Thi Bong – President of Sen Hong Club gave 2 million VND to help him return to his hometown.

Each portion of rice given by the Sen Hong Club to people returning to their hometown on this occasion is full of soups, stir-fried vegetables, and braised meat. Dishes are changed from time to time. Sometimes, the Red Lotus Club buys more fruit or prepares boiled eggs to add to the meals. Meanwhile, the sticky rice portions are well-prepared with delicious spring rolls and cotton balls. Families with young children are supported by the club with 100,000 VND/child.

“For more than 6 months now, I have come to Binh Duong to work as a worker. Due to the epidemic, the company stopped, I lost my job, the money in my body was no longer enough to stay, so I had to go back to my hometown. Passing the checkpoint in Dong Phu district, our two compatriots were very touched when they were given food and water and were supported each with 2 million VND to return to their hometown. Binh Phuoc people are so kind.”, Mr. Khua A Khua – H’Mong ethnic group (from Yen Bai province) shared.

People warmed their hearts after receiving free meals from the Provincial Youth Union and the Red Lotus Club at the

People warmed their hearts after receiving free meals from the Provincial Youth Union and the Red Lotus Club at the “waiting house” at the anti-epidemic checkpoint No. 2 (Dong Phu district)

During this epidemic season, members of Sen Hong Club have contributed 700 million VND to the Vaccine Fund, more than 3.3 billion VND to support the isolation area, the frontline force against the epidemic and the people of Binh Phuoc in difficulty.

Secretary of the Provincial Youth Union Tran Quoc Duy gave money to support petrol and cars to the flow of people rushing back to their hometown to avoid the epidemic, passing the epidemic prevention and control checkpoint No. 2 (Tan Lap commune, Dong Phu district)

Secretary of the Provincial Youth Union Tran Quoc Duy gave money to support petrol and cars to the flow of people rushing back to their hometown to avoid the epidemic, passing the epidemic prevention and control checkpoint No. 2 (Tan Lap commune, Dong Phu district)

“Responding to the two programs “Waves and computers for children” and “Learning with me online”, Sen Hong Club has supported the Provincial Youth Union, Radio and Television Station and Binh Phuoc Newspaper to donate 60 smartphones with a total value of 180 million dong for poor children who lack facilities and conditions for online learning,” said Secretary of Binh Phuoc Provincial Youth Union Tran Quoc Duy.

Thanks to that, smart phones were donated to 20 students of Dong Tien Middle & High School (Dong Phu District); 30 students at 3 schools: Nghia Trung Secondary School, Nghia Trung Primary School, Le Van Tam Primary School (Bu Dang District); 7 ethnic minority students of Phuoc Thien Primary and Secondary School and 3 students are children of soldiers with difficult circumstances of the 10th Infantry Company (H. Bu Dop).

Secretary of the Provincial Youth Union Tran Quoc Duy (left cover) and Mr. Nguyen Phuoc Tan - Chairman of Binh Phuoc pickup truck club (2nd, left)

Secretary of the Provincial Youth Union Tran Quoc Duy (left cover) and Mr. Nguyen Phuoc Tan – Chairman of Binh Phuoc pickup truck club (2nd, left) “fire” for Binh Phuoc people to return to their hometown to “escape” at the quarantine checkpoint. (National Highway 13 – Chon Thanh District)

Mr. Tran Van Vu - Mrs. Nguyen Thi Bong's son - Chairman of Sen Hong Club (left cover) gave money to support petrol cars to the massive influx of people returning to their hometown to avoid the epidemic, passing through the anti-epidemic checkpoint No. 2 (Dong Phu district). )

Mr. Tran Van Vu – Mrs. Nguyen Thi Bong’s son – Chairman of Sen Hong Club (left cover) gave money to support petrol cars to the massive influx of people returning to their hometown to avoid the epidemic, passing through the anti-epidemic checkpoint No. 2 (Dong Phu district). )

Being “supported” at the quarantine checkpoint in Dong Phu district, Ms. Nguyen Thi Mai Hoa (from Dak Min district, Dak Nong province) gently confided: “The epidemic has made me unemployed for more than 2 months now and I have to eat noodles all the time. package. Unable to stay at the inn anymore, I decided to go home. When I came to Binh Phuoc, everyone helped me, so I was very happy.”

Mr. Tran Van Vu – son of businesswoman Nguyen Thi Bong – Chairman of the Red Lotus Club confided: “Looking at the flow of people returning to their hometown to avoid the epidemic at the Binh Phuoc gateway, they were tired, hungry, thirsty, out of gas…, My mother and I feel very sorry, especially families with young children. Therefore, mother and daughter together with the members of the club cooked and prepared each meal to give to the people returning to their hometown to avoid the epidemic.”

Secretary of the Provincial Youth Union Tran Quoc Duy (left cover) gives free meals to Binh Phuoc citizens returning to their hometown to

Secretary of the Provincial Youth Union Tran Quoc Duy (left cover) gives free meals to Binh Phuoc citizens returning to their hometown to “escape” at the “waiting house” of the epidemic prevention post No. 2 (Tan Lap commune, Dong Phu district).

At the “waiting house” of the epidemic control and prevention checkpoint No. 2 in Tan Lap commune (Dong Phu district), Mr. Tran Van Hanh slowly confided while receiving gifts: “My house is in Bom Bo commune, Bu Dang district. . I have been working in Dong Nai for a long time. Arriving in Binh Phuoc province, I was very happy to be supported with lunch boxes and water bottles while waiting for the local car to pick me up. I just hope to be home soon.”

Permanently residing in Loc Thuan commune, Loc Ninh district (Binh Phuoc), Mr. Hoang Anh Kiet said that he worked as a worker in Tan Uyen Industrial Park (Binh Duong), on the way from Binh Duong to Loc Ninh to avoid the epidemic, he passed by quarantine checkpoint in Thanh Tam commune and felt very warm when being supported by the “Zone 0 VND” of Doan Chon Thanh district with drinking water and food while waiting for the local car to pick up.

Mr. Nguyen Xuan Ha, Deputy Head of the Department of Propaganda and Education - Youth at Provincial Youth Union School (left cover) and Sen Hong Club gave mobile phones to soldiers of the 10th Infantry Company to send to support their children and children. online learning warrior

Mr. Nguyen Xuan Ha, Deputy Head of the Department of Propaganda and Education – Youth at Provincial Youth Union School (left cover) and Sen Hong Club gave mobile phones to soldiers of the 10th Infantry Company to send to support their children and children. online learning warrior

It is known that at the traffic control and Covid-19 prevention and control checkpoint on National Highway 13, the section through Thanh Tam commune (H. Chon Thanh), Doan Chon Thanh district and local philanthropists supported more than 2,000 local benefactors. Each gift is worth 30,000 VND including cake, milk, rice, vermicelli, mineral water, raincoat for Binh Phuoc people to return to their hometown to avoid the epidemic.

District Secretary Doan Bu Dang Dao Thi Que is arranging food portions filled with love to send to compatriots back home to avoid the epidemic passing through the locality.

District Secretary Doan Bu Dang Dao Thi Que is arranging food portions filled with love to send to compatriots back home to avoid the epidemic passing through the locality.

Passing through Bu Dang district, a stream of motorbike riders rushed to Cai Chanh epidemic control checkpoint, Dak Ru commune, (Dak R'lap district, Dak Nong) to find their way back home to escape the epidemic.

Passing through Bu Dang district, a stream of motorbike riders rushed to Cai Chanh epidemic control checkpoint, Dak Ru commune, (Dak R’lap district, Dak Nong) to find their way back home to escape the epidemic.

In order to help groups of people return to their hometown to avoid the epidemic, at the Cai Chanh epidemic control point, Dak Ru commune, Dak R’lap district (Dak Nong), the Provincial Youth Union and the Binh Phuoc Pickup Truck Club (provincial Vietnam Youth Union) awarded 1,500 gifts, each including milk, cakes, drinking water, raincoats with a total value of 60 million VND; Doan Bu Dang district has donated more than 70 thousand servings of rice, porridge, vermicelli, cake, milk, mineral water, masks and raincoats.

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