Yen Bai: "Flowers" blossoming amidst pandemic
- Sunday, May 17, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic was like a test of the heart. Together with the whole country, the "flowers" of good deeds in Yen Bai have blossomed with the spirit of "solidarity" for the community, ready to help each other overcome difficulties on the front of the disease prevention.
Youth union members of Nghia Lo town partner with Cam Huong tailor shop to produce 12,000 cloth masks and give to residents for free
Having wholeheartedly devoted his life to the nation and its people, President Ho Chi Minh is not only the beloved leader of the Vietnamese people but he has also won the appreciation of many politicians, culturists and artists around the world, who have praised him as an outstanding figure and a great example of perfect personality.
All elementary schools and kindergartens in Yen Bai province re-opened on May 11 after three months of closure to help curb the spread of the COVID-19.
Yen Bai province is now home to 700 elderly people owning farms or enterprises and 904 members of the Association of the Elderly succeeding in economic activities.
Despite having to face numerous difficulties and challenges, all the communes in the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai have had primary schools and health facilities. The province has supported tuition fees for more than 535,000 students and lunches for kindergarten children aged 3-5 years, besides offering preferential policies for semi-boarding schools.