As of July 2021, Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Sai Gon, the biggest city of Vietnam, is the most-affected local with 45.561 confirmed cases. To curb COVID-19, local authorities in Ho Chi Minh have imposed lockdown measures due to the increased local COVID-19 activity. Thus, the poor and the homeless in this city have been strongly affected.
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Hochiminh City, one of Vietnam’s biggest cities, was hit by a fourth wave of COVID-19 infections in the late April. The city recorded 166 local transmitted cases, the highest daily total since on Monday 21 June 2021, the highest daily total since the start of the outbreak.
Jesuit Student Ministry Catholic Students in Vietnam Respond COVID-19 Tam Duc – Magis Catholic Students Group visited the poor in
“Supplying Clean Water Sources and Purified Water” is a pastoral and social program organized by Caritas of Ha Tinh diocese in collaboration with the Social Apostolate Committee of the Society of Jesus in Vietnam. There are many water-filtration systems which have been set up on different parishes of Ha Tinh diocese to provide purified water for both Catholic and non-Catholic residents.
According to Worldometer, as of June 15, the coronavirus COVID 19, which originated from Wuhan, China, is affecting 213 countries and territories around the world. A total of 8,017,847 confirmed cases and a death toll of 436,125 deaths have been reported.
Vietnamese Jesuits are young and they give priority to accompany young people in their country. They do this in a