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A young woman student from DTU wants to help people quarantined in camps by the coronavirus outbreak

On March 11, a young woman student posted a Facebook message asking her mother for permission to volunteer to support people quarantined by the Covid-19 outbreak. The post received a great many shares and likes.   
 
This story originated on the mother’s post: “I have many children and she is my only daughter, a fifth-year medical student, who’s been staying at home because DTU has been closed to prevent the potential spread of the Covid-19 disease. However, she wanted to volunteer to help people now quarantined in camps. She doesn’t even care about my feelings but I wish her health and peace!”
 
N? sinh xin m? di cham sóc b?nh nhân b? cách ly vì Covid-19
 
Messages between mother and daughter before making a decision
 
N? sinh xin m? di cham sóc b?nh nhân b? cách ly vì Covid-19
 
Her name is Tran Huyen Thao An, a fifth-year medical student at DTU.
 
N? sinh xin m? di cham sóc b?nh nhân b? cách ly vì Covid-19
 
And this is what she told the Vietnamnet newspaper: “When I first saw the request for volunteers on the Faculty of Medicine website, I asked my mother for permission. Although she didn’t approve, l decided to apply to make a small contribution to fighting the virus and hope it will be under control very soon.”
 
N? sinh xin m? di cham sóc b?nh nhân b? cách ly vì Covid-19
 
The post received many shares and likes.
 
N? sinh xin m? di cham sóc b?nh nhân b? cách ly vì Covid-19
 
Facebooker Nhu Nguyen commented: “An is awesome, beautiful, hard-working and helpful.”
 
Another Facebooker, Hoang Dinh Huy, commented: “You’re wonderful, try to help our community!”
 
Mrs. Luyen, An’s mother, explained: “An called me during a meeting, so I asked her to text me. As soon as I read her request, I disagreed. However, I know that she is very incisive and does what she wants, so I must encourage her to assist the needy but stay healthy.”
 
(Media Center)