Photos on COVID-19 prevention and control displayed

PANO - The Ministry of Health and the United Nations Development Program released photos themed “Ha Giang ethnic minority people promote sustainable economic development while preventing the COVID-19 pandemic”.

COVID-19 fight, photo book One of the photos

The photos are part of a project on disseminating information on COVID-19 prevention and control for ethnic minority small traders in the four districts of  Meo Vac, Dong Van, Quan Ba, and Yen Minh of Ha Giang province.

The project consists of many activities to help ethnic minority people learn more about COVID-19 prevention and control.

Translated by Chung Anh

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