The exhibition, which will be held virtually, is open to both professional and amateur photographers across the country.
The photos should vividly reflect the fight against the COVID-19 epidemic through images of collectives and individuals with good intentions and actions, the soldiers and medical staff on the frontline in the fight, and typical examples in the prevention and control of the pandemic.
Photographers can send their photos in colour or black and white, as single images or sets. They must have been captured since COVID-19 epidemic appeared in Vietnam.
The organising board will receive submissions via the website www.nhungkhoanhkhactutraitim.com from now until February 15.
Around 200 works are expected to be selected for the online exhibition.
If conditions allow, the VAPA will open the exhibition on the occasion of the 69th anniversary of the traditional day of Vietnamese photography (March 15, 2022).