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Heartbreaking photos taken in Covid-19 hotspot of Bac Ninh
Working in harsh weather with four-layer protective suits, numerous health workers in the Covid-19 hospot of Bac Ninh were exhausted.

As of May 23 morning, the northern province of Bac Ninh, where is home to major foreign manufacturing plants like Samsung, Canon and Foxconn, has recorded 448 local Covid-19 cases, becoming the country’s second leading epicenter after its neighboring province of Bac Giang.

Working in harsh weather with four-layer protective suits, numerous health workers in the Covid-19 hospot of Bac Ninh were exhausted, some of them fainted.

Doctor Nguyen Hong Hai, a health worker at Que Vo district’s health center faints after taking many Covid-19 samples for local residents on May 22. 

Medical staff in Bac Ninh are exhausted after days and nights taking care of the patients.

Wearing thick protected gear under the intense heat and hard work pressure, many feel exhausted.

A rare moment of rest during shift change.

Vu Thi Thu Huyen, a medical staff at Treatment Department 2 under the Mental Hospital, takes a rest after taking samples for Spica Company’s employees.


Many health workers are exhausted after long days of working in a hard-working environment.

A medical worker takes a nap after performing a SARS-CoV-2 screening test for numerous people in Bac Ninh.

 A quick meal after work

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