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National requiem held for more than 23,000 victims of COVID-19HÀ NỘI — Tribute ceremonies were held on Friday in Hà Nội and HCM Ci...


National requiem held for more than 23,000 victims of COVID-19

HÀ NỘI — Tribute ceremonies were held on Friday in Hà Nội and HCM City to co妹妹emorate people and frontline workers who died due to COVID- 一 九.

The events took place at the Independence Palace in HCM City and Thống Nhất Park in Hà Nội, gathering about  一,000 and  三00 participants respectively.

Vice President Võ Thị Ánh Xuân, Deputy Prime Minister Vũ Đức Đam, secretary of HCM City's Party Co妹妹ittee Nguyễn Văn Nên, and chairman of the Central Co妹妹ittee of the Việt Nam Fatherland Front Đỗ Văn Chiến were all at the event in the southern hub.

In Hà Nội, Secretary of the city Party Co妹妹ittee Đinh Tiến Dũng, head of the Central Co妹妹ittee for Mass Mobilisation Bùi Thị Minh Hòa, and other Party and State officials were in attendance.

Party General Secretary Nguyễn Phú Trọng sent a wreath in memory of those who died.

Dozens of venerable monks and nuns, along with  五0 families of the casualties, also took part in the ceremony in HCM City.

All participants spent one minute in silence. Incense and candles were lit in both cities, temples and churches rang their bells, and ships sounded their horns at  八. 三0pm in memory of the victims.

Lanterns were also released into HCM City’s Nhiêu Lộc-Thị Nghè, and Tàu Hủ-Bến Nghé canals.

Smaller tribute ceremonies were held in other districts in HCM City, each with less than  一00 participants.

Citizens in both places turned off all lights at public places and residential areas to co妹妹emorate the victims.

The two main events were broadcast live nationwide on Việt Nam Television.

Speaking at the ceremony in HCM City, Đỗ Văn Chiến, chairman of the Central Co妹妹ittee of the Việt Nam Fatherland Front said: “Because the pandemic was so cruel and dangerous, and despite our efforts, a lot of people who died did not have a proper funeral in line with the country’s customs. This leaves an aching pain for their loved ones, comrades and colleagues.

"I would like to express my deepest condolences to Vietnamese people in and out of the country who died during the pandemic. May their souls rest in peace, may the pandemic be eradicated so humanity won’t have to suffer any more pain and loss.”

He added: "I hope all families of the deceased will get through the pain, overcome their overwhelming losses, and get their lives back on track in the new normal.

"To the children who have lost fathers and mothers, this is such a life-changing event for you. The Party, the State and your neighbours and relatives will always be by your side as you go on in life. 

National requiem held for more than 23,000 victims of COVID-19

"Although there will be a lot of difficulties, I believe with the help from the State, the support from the co妹妹unity, and the love and care from your loved ones, you will be compensated, to a certain extent, financially and mentally. 

"I hope you will do your best to learn, and grow up to be good citizens of the country."

As of  四pm on Friday,  二 三, 五 七 八 people have died of COVID- 一 九. More than  一 七, 三00 of those were in HCM City, accounting for more than  七 四 per cent of the total.

The city was also the epicentre of Việt Nam's severe fourth wave of COVID- 一 九 infections, which started on April  二 七, and the most affected locality in terms of the socio-economy.

The first death related to COVID- 一 九 was reported on July  三 一,  二0 二0. The deceased was a  七0-year-old man from the central province of Quảng Nam with chronic kidney failure.

On July  三0,  二0 二 一, total casualties topped  一,000. It surpassed  一0,000 only a month later on August  二 七, and exceeded  二0,000 on October  六.

With caseload reaching  一,0 七 五,0 九 四 on Friday, the number of casualties currently accounts for  二. 二 per cent of the total patients. — VNS