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THACO continues supports for fight against pandemic
8/15/2020 9:33:21 AM
THACO has funded VND11 billion to 3 provinces and cities in central Vietnam to help them fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, putting its total funding for the struggle at nearly VND25 billion since the beginning of 2020.
The aid included medical equipment and products for Quang Nam province and Danang City, VND5 billion each. The Group also presented 2,000 SARS-CoV-2 testing kits worth more than VND1 billion for Hue Central Hospital.

In March 2020, THACO handed over VND10 billion to Vietnam’s COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Fund, a VND2.3 billion extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) machine to Cho Ray Hospital and a patient monitoring system with 6 screens (over VND1.36 billion) to Hospital for Tropical Diseases in Ho Chi Minh City.

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Mr Nguyen Quang Bao, Deputy CEO hands over medical supplies to Doctor Nguyen Van Van, Deputy Director at Quang Nam Medical Department

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 THACO representative hands over medical supplies to Mr Tran Van Mien, VIce Chairman of Danang City

Up to now, THACO’s funding for the pandemic fight has totaled nearly VND25 billion.

Apart from the community assistance efforts, the company has also carried out preventive measures at its offices across the country.

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Employees have their body temperature measured 

The measures include providing disinfectants at the offices, requiring everyone to wear masks at work, measuring body temperature for employees and customers, and arranging different lunch times to reduce crowds. Besides, staff members are required to make weekly online medical declarations.

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Disinfectants at a THACO’s office

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Employees keep distance in lunch line

At its THACO Chu Lai IP in Quang Nam province, all units were sprayed with disinfectants on August 2. The shuttle buses carrying more than 3,000 employees every day are disinfected before and after each trip. Meanwhile, employees who cannot come to the company due to epidemic exposure reasons can work from home and are entitled to specific company policies.

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Employees wear masks at work

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Employees use disinfectants before getting on the bus

In addition, THACO’s auto dealerships quickly support and ensure safety for customers with services such as vehicle disinfection, purchasing consulting and home delivery as per requests, etc.

The Group will continue its preventive solutions nationwide.
THACO GROUP