Ho Chi Minh City – On December 21, 2021, Coteccons Construction Joint Stock Company and Unicons paid a visit to the University of Medicine and Pharmacy Hospital of Ho Chi Minh City and presented medical equipment worth 744,000,000 VND to the hospital. This is a response to the Prime Minister’s demand to adapt to the COVID-19 outbreak in a safe, flexible, and effective manner. The Boards of Directors of Coteccons and Unicons, in particular, have acquired 7,000 rapid test kits, 528 chemical extraction kits, and two microscopes to aid in the hospital’s epidemic control and prevention quicker and more convenient.

Speaking at the Medical Equipment Award Ceremony, the representative of the Board of Directors of Coteccons and Unicons, Mr. Tran Ngoc Manh – Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Trade Union said: “Coteccons hopes this assistance can help the arduous battle against the raging Covid epidemic. Best wishes to the doctors, nurses, and staff of the University of Medicine and Pharmacy Hospital of Ho Chi Minh City to constantly be a stronghold to save patients’ lives.”

During a meeting with Coteccon and Unicon representatives at the Hospital of the University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Ho Chi Minh City, Assoc. Nguyen Hoang Bac, Director of the Hospital, shared: “During the most critical anti-epidemic period, Coteccons quickly provided our hospital with over 7,000 Covid-19 rapid test kits. In the context of the current hospital overcrowding, the medical equipment will be of considerable assistance in illness prevention and treatment.”

Coteccons and Unicons have already accompanied frontline forces in the fight against the COVID-19 infection. At the end of May, at a time when the incidence of illnesses in Bac Giang was on the rise, representatives from Coteccons Construction Joint Stock Company and Unicons gave the Vietnam Fatherland Front with 10,000 Covid-19 test trays (Vietnam Fatherland Front). Bac Giang province has medical resources and equipment needed for fast and accurate testing of F0 cases, from which F1-F2 cases can be traced and quarantined in accordance with regulations.

As a leading construction company, Coteccons and Unicons are committed to strictly adhering to State-directed regulations on disease prevention and control at working agencies and construction sites nationwide, ensuring the health and safety of thousands of workers, for the green construction site, and for a green Vietnam.


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