Postal workers remain devoted during pandemic in Vietnam


IT’S business as usual for about 1,500 postal workers in the capital despite the dangers of Covid-19 and recommendations to stay at home to ensure social distancing.

Nguyen Huy Long, a postman at Dong Da 1 Post Office, Dong Da District, Hanoi, often starts work at 7am. After having his temperature checked and washing his hands with sanitiser, Long attends a quick meeting for about 15 minutes with his team so work can be assigned for the day.

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