Yen Bai youths launch campaign against COVID-19

  •  Friday, April 24, 2020

YBO - The youth union of Yen Bai province has launched a campaign to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

Youths present relief aid, including face masks, to locals in Kien Thanh commune.
Youths present relief aid, including face masks, to locals in Kien Thanh commune.

The programme includes the dissemination of anti-coronavirus information and support for students during COVID-19.

The union also presented relief aid to low-income families and social welfare policy ones, as well as encouraged youngsters to join hands to protect the environment and keep their houses clean.
 
The campaign aims to promote the role of the youths in the fight against COVID-19, especially supporting those affected by the disease.

Thu Trang – Quyet Thang

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