Particularly, two resuscitation and six vaccination teams from the hospital will administer COVID-19 vaccine to troops and workers of Air Force Division 370 and Air Defense Division 367. Due to the special nature of the job and the large number of troops, this vaccination drive is expected to last 5 to 7 days.

Troops of Air Force Division 370 are vaccinated.

In preparation for the drive, the doctors and nurses of the hospital carefully checked vaccine shots and syringes and prepared modern medical equipment to monitor troops’ health after being vaccinated and deal with cases with severe side effects in an effective manner.

On the same day, Military Hospital 175 sent its personnel to assist Ho Chi Minh City’s medical force in vaccinating workers in the city.

Troops have their health checked before getting vaccinated.

Also on June 22, the Military Institute of Preventive Medicine in the South cooperated with the Ho Chi Minh municipal Border Guard Command to vaccinate border troops, naval troops and the public security force in the city.

At these events, the Health Ministry’s 5K regulations, including Khau trang (face mask), Khu khuan (disinfection), Khoang cach (distance), Khong tu tap (no large gatherings), and Khai bao y te (health declaration) were strictly carried out. Troops had their health checked carefully before getting their COVID-19 vaccine shots.

The vaccination is expected to protect the troops who need to conduct missions in the complex COVID-19 hotbed of Ho Chi Minh City.

Translated by Tran Hoai