Addressing a ceremony to see off the military medical personnel, MMU President Lieutenant General Do Quyet underscored that the COVID-19 fight is a combat mission in peacetime.

During the ceremony

Therefore, since July 3, the university has mobilized nearly 400 officers and cadets to the South for the pandemic prevention and control mission. Amid the complicated developments of the disease, nearly 1,100 additional nurses and medical cadets from the university have been dispatched to Southern localities continue reinforcing the anti-pandemic efforts.

The reinforced military medical personnel will be divided into 451 fully-equipped mobile teams to take samples for testing, vaccinate and take care of COVID-19 patients with mild or no symptoms undergoing home treatment


General Quyet encouraging female medical personnel before their flight to Southern provinces

General Quyet asked them to strictly adhere to military discipline and regulations, closely work together, and do their utmost to complete assigned missions as well as ensure safety for themselves and people around.

All the medical officers and cadets determined to fulfill their assigned missions

* On the same day, a delegation of 40 medical officers and staff from Le Huu Trac National Hospital of Burns under the MMU were sent to Ho Chi Minh City and other Southern localities for COVID-19 combat.

Right after the ceremony, the military medical personnel moved to Noi Bai International Airport for their flight to the South.

Translated by Minh Anh