It calls on Vietnamese both at home and abroad to keep in mind a list of five essential steps to ensure safety during the pandemic.
A scene cut from the MV
A music video titled “Viet Nam oi – Vung tin” (Vietnam – Be confident), which gathered the participation of 150 artists, businessmen, and doctors, has made its debut as an effort to raise public awareness of self-protection against the COVID-19 pandemic.
The song was written by musician Holy Thang and the MV was jointly produced by the Health Ministry’s Department for Communications and Rewards and the Holy Entertainment Company.
It calls on Vietnamese both at home and abroad to keep in mind a list of five essential steps to ensure safety during the pandemic, namely wearing face masks, disinfecting, keeping distance, not gathering, and making health declarations.
Holy Thang said the song is a thank-you message sent to people on the forefront of the combat against COVID-19 and an encouragement for the public to raise their awareness to protect themselves and their families and overcome the hardships.
Vietnam confirmed 1,063 SARS-CoV-2 infection cases as of September 14 morning. Of the total, 691 are domestically-transmitted cases, including 551 linked with central Da Nang city where the latest coronavirus outbreak began on July 25.
As many as 918 patients have recovered while 35 died from complications related to the disease.