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MPS launches blood donation drive

April, 09 2020
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MPS - The Ministry of Public Security (MPS) on April 8 launched a voluntary blood donation campaign themed “Red Journey” for the Public Security Forces. Major General Nguyen Duy Ngoc, Deputy Minister of Public Security, chaired the ceremony.

The ceremony also saw the presence of Assoc. Prof. Dr. Luong Ngoc Khue, Director of the Medical Examination and Treatment Management Department under Ministry of Health, and Dr. Bach Quoc Khanh, Director of the National Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion.

Deputy Minister Nguyen Duy Ngoc speaks at the ceremony.

 

Earlier, in response to the call from Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong for the “National Voluntary Blood Donation Day”, General To Lam, Member of Politburo, Minister of Public Security on April 7 sent a letter urging all public security officers and soldiers to actively participate in voluntary blood donation drives.

Assoc. Prof., Dr. Luong Ngoc Khue delivers a speech at the drive.

 

In his letter, the Minister recognized and spoke highly of the efforts of public security officers and soldiers in ensuring public security and order as well as in preventing the COVID-19 epidemic. He also emphasized that, with the message “Every drop of blood is donated, a life could be saved”, the Public Security Forces at all levels should promote their active and pioneer role in voluntary blood donation movements, contributing to saving lives of patients and protecting the public health.

Deputy Minister Nguyen Duy Ngoc donates his blood at the event.

 

In the context of severe blood shortages at local hospitals amid the COVID-19 epidemic, Deputy Minister Nguyen Duy Ngoc asked all public security officers and soldiers to actively donate their blood to save lives of patients.

Major General Nguyen Manh Trung, Director of the Department of Professional Techniques participates in blood donation.

 

Speaking at the blood donation drive, Mr. Luong Ngoc Khue thanked the MPS’s leaders and officers and soldiers for their timely launch of the social program, which helps hospitals ensure the reserve of blood for emergency cases, especially amid the epidemic.

Public security officers and soldiers volunteer to donate their blood for saving lives.

 

This event drew a large number of officers and soldiers of the Office of Ministry of Public Security, Department of Traffic Police, Department of Professional Techniques, and Mobile Police High Command. As a result, 200 blood units were collected from the drive.

by Hoa Vinh
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