On the morning of October 16, the Executive Board of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha in Thanh Hoa province, in collaboration with the Provincial Committee of Religious Affairs and the People’s Committee of Trieu Son district, visited and presented gifts in Truong Thi ward (Thanh Hoa city) and the isolation area of Quan Hau pagoda, Trieu district. Paint.
The delegation was led by Venerable Thich Tam Duc, Head of the Executive Committee of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha province.
At the People’s Committee of Truong Thi ward, on behalf of the delegation, Venerable Thich Tam Duc presented the ward People’s Committee with medical supplies to support the prevention and control of the Covid-19 epidemic.
The representative of the ward People’s Committee thanked the attention, support and sharing of difficulties of the Provincial Executive Board of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha, thereby contributing to encouraging the forces participating in the epidemic prevention work to successfully complete their tasks. assigned.
On this occasion, the delegation also visited and gave gifts to the frontline forces and people in isolation at Quan Hau Pagoda. Here, Venerable Thich Tam Duc donated 5 million VND in cash and 2,500 medical masks to the Management Board of the isolation area and 60 gifts for people who are quarantined at the temple with a total value of 30 million VND. .
Venerable Thich Tam Duc said that over the past time, the Provincial Executive Board of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha has launched and guided Buddhist establishments to organize donations, mobilize Buddhists and benefactors to support resources for the frontline against the war. epidemic and people in the isolation area with thousands of meals, gifts, necessities, medical supplies…
Starting from October 13, Quan Hau pagoda (Trieu Son district, Thanh Hoa province) has become a concentrated isolation point for Covid-19 prevention for people in the southern provinces returning to their hometown.
The entire living room, lecture hall, rooms of monks and Buddhists are used as a concentrated isolation area, with a scale of nearly 100 seats.
The temple has mobilized Buddhists to coordinate with the military force, the local Youth Union to join hands to urgently clean up, install more lighting systems, install wifi, hot and cold showers… and spray disinfecting the entire area around the temple to welcome people back to their hometown for medical isolation.
On October 13 and 14, the concentrated isolation area at Quan Hau Pagoda received 40 citizens from southern provinces, including 8 children.
Venerable Thich Nguyen Dat, abbot of Quan Hau Pagoda shared: “The temple feels very happy when the government requisitions the temple’s monks as a concentrated isolation area. Currently, the temple has also planned to provide free vegetarian meals to the people.”
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