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German companies donate medical equipment to Vietnam

Vietnamese Ambassador to Germany Nguyen Minh Vu has recently received the token of medical equipment worth US$350,000 donated by Techtronic Industries (TTI) Co., Ltd and Deutsches Haus (German House) Co., Ltd in Ho Chi Minh City.

The goods comprised 15 sets of ventilators Savina 300 and 30 sets of patient monitoring equipment. These goods will be handed over to the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee in Ho Chi Minh City to support the locality’s fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Vietnamese Ambassador to Germany Nguyen Minh Vu (R) receives the token of medical equipment worth 350,000 USD donated by Techtronic Industries (TTI) Co., Ltd and Deutsches Haus (German House) Co., Ltd in Ho Chi Minh City.

Horst Geicke, Chairman of German House, expressed his hope that the assistance of the two companies, other firms, and German friends will contribute to help Ho Chi Minh City effectively combat the health crisis.

Ambassador Vu thanked the two enterprises for responding to the embassy's appeal to donate medical equipment to Vietnam, expressing his gratitude to support provided by German and international businesses and friends for Vietnam in its Covid-19 prevention and control work.

He expressed his belief that with tireless efforts of the Vietnamese Government, localities and relevant agencies, along with cooperation and contribution of international friends, Vietnam will soon contain the pandemic.

He hoped that German companies and businesses will continue to accompany Vietnam in its fight against the pandemic, and continue to invest and do business in Vietnam.

Vietnam has received nearly 3.5 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine donated by the German government. The Germany government has also pledged to support Vietnam with medical equipment worth about VND20 billion (over US$875,000), including 75 ventilators, 15 patient monitoring equipment, and 20,000 oxygen meters.

In addition, in response to the embassy's appeal, states, localities and other businesses of Germany have also donated more than 800,000 Covid-19 rapid test kits, hundreds of thousands of medical masks and other medical supplies.

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Source: NDO/VNA

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