Vietnamese citizens hit by COVID-19 pandemic in Cambodia receive support

Update: 09:32 | 22/03/2021
Vietnamese expatriates in Cambodia’s Kandal and Prey Veng, who are facing tough challenges during COVID-19 quarantine, received food assistance from the Vietnamese Embassy and Khmer-Viet Nam Association in the host country on March 19 and 20.
Vietnamese citizens hit by COVID-19 pandemic in Cambodia receive support
Food transported to Vietnamese ex-pats in Kandal province. (Photo: VNA)

According to the embassy, markets and essentials services have been available for locals since the first COVID-19 cases were detected in the two provinces.

Livelihoods of the Vietnamese under quarantine have been stabilised gradually, it said.

On March 20, the Khmer-Viet Nam Association in Kandal province received and presented 500 gifts, including rice and noodles, to Vietnamese-Cambodian families in Luek Daek, Mukh Kamphool, Lvea Aem, Kien Svay and Ponhea Lueu districts. The gifts were donated by the Associations of Friendship Organisations in Dong Thap province and Tan Chau town in An Giang province, and several Vietnamese philanthropists.

One day earlier, the association in Prey Veng province distributed rice and noodle to 408 Vietnamese households in Prek Sai Kho commune and presented gifts to 135 Khmer families affected by the pandemic through the local authorities.

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(Source: VNA)