Vietnam Electricity donates VND400 billion to the COVID-19 vaccine fund

Currently, the COVID-19 pandemic situation is complicated in many countries around the world, including Vietnam. The Politburo and the Secretariat of the Party Central Committee have made a policy to buy pandemic vaccines for the people of the country. In addition to using the state budget to buy vaccines, the Prime Minister also issued a decision to establish a COVID-19 vaccine fund to mobilize resources in the society to join hands to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) decided to support the COVID-19 vaccine fund with an amount of VND400 billion (including VND30 billion donated by EVN to the Ministry of Health in December on 28 May 2021).


According to the expected plan, EVN's donation of VND400 billion for the COVID-19 Vaccine Fund will be granted at the Launching Ceremony of the COVID-19 Vaccine Fund on the evening of 5 June 2021 in Hanoi under the witness of Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and the leaders of the Party, the State, the Government and departments, ministries.

Thus, up to now, the total amount of money that EVN and its member units have contributed and supported for heavily affected provinces and cities as well as supported pandemic prevention activities of the health sector. For the COVID-19 outbreak since the end of April alone, the figure reached more than VND408 billion.

On the other hand, in the past 2 years, Vietnam Electricity has demonstrated the role, in addition to the pioneering responsibility of SOEs to the social community in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic by reducing electricity price 3 times from the total amount of about VND13,800 billion. At the same time, so far, EVN has assisted and supported COVID-19 prevention and control activities in the past 2 years with a value of nearly VND450 billion.

Currently, EVN and its units are still trying their best, striving to continue good dual-task performance: both carrying out COVID-19 prevention and control, and ensuring power supply for socio-economic development of the country.


Communication Department - Vietnam Electricity;


Tel: 024.66946405/66946413;   Fax: 024.66946402

Address: No. 11, Cua Bac Street, Truc Bach Ward, Ba Dinh District - Hanoi;



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