19 May 2024
Nearly 7,000 medical staff and students from across the country supported Ho Chi Minh City 5

Nearly 7,000 medical staff and students from across the country supported Ho Chi Minh City 5

The Ministry of Health mobilized 3,360 central hospital staff;

This number of personnel was mobilized at the request of Ho Chi Minh City leaders, as part of the Ministry of Health’s plan to mobilize 10,000 medical staff to support the city.

Deputy Minister of Health Nguyen Truong Son, Head of the Special Standing Department of the Ministry of Health supporting the fight against the Covid-19 epidemic in Ho Chi Minh City, on the morning of July 12, worked with city leaders on coordination between human resources to support the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Ministry of Health has mobilized 26 leaders of departments and agencies to directly participate in personnel coordination and coordinate with districts in Ho Chi Minh City to implement epidemic prevention.

Deputy Director of Ho Chi Minh City Department of Health Tang Chi Thuong said the continuously increasing number of F0 cases has created great pressure on the treatment department.

According to Mr. Thuong, Ho Chi Minh City currently needs about 1,500 more doctors and 5,500 nurses and technicians to supplement the treatment block in two phases.

Medical staff transport blankets and pillows to a field hospital in Ho Chi Minh City, July 11.

To date, in the eight northern medical universities under the Ministry of Health alone, more than 2,200 students, officials and lecturers are qualified to go to the south.

Associate Professor Ha Van Nhu, Head of the Faculty of Basic Medicine, University of Public Health (Hanoi), said the 120 people include 5 lecturers and staff from the faculties of Basic Medicine, Basic Science and

These 120 people will be divided into two groups, including 100 people going to the field in Ho Chi Minh City, while 20 people remain in Hanoi to support Ho Chi Minh City CDC in remote epidemiological tracing.

According to Associate Professor Nhu, the school is preparing to vaccinate members of the delegation at least once and conduct Realtime RT-PCR testing one day before departure.

At Hai Phong University of Medicine and Pharmacy, vice president Pham Van Manh said that 360 members have been mobilized, including nearly 30 lecturers, staff and more than 330 students.

300 officials, lecturers, and students of Nam Dinh University of Nursing have been mobilized to support the South, Dr. Truong Tuan Anh, vice principal in charge of the school, said on the afternoon of July 12.

Vietnam Academy of Traditional Medicine and Pharmacy with 250 people including 11 lecturers, doctors, nurses of Tue Tinh Hospital (belonging to the Academy) and students, have registered to volunteer to go.

Today, Quang Ninh mobilized 70 staff including doctors, nurses, and technicians working at hospitals including Provincial General Hospital, Bai Chay, Obstetrics and Pediatrics, Cam Pha Regional General Hospital, Vietnam – Sweden.

On the morning of July 12, 350 students and staff of Thai Binh University of Medicine and Pharmacy were also divided into two groups, including 200 people joining the delegation from Thai Binh province and 150 people joining the delegation from the Ministry of Health, supporting the provinces in the south.

300 members of Thai Nguyen University of Medicine and Pharmacy, including 16 officers and 284 students, are preparing.

319 students and staff of Hai Duong University of Medical Technology are continuing to support Ho Chi Minh City in taking test samples, doing antigen tests using rapid tests, Realtime RT-PCR tests and supporting a number of people.

Le Phuong – Thuy An

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