Policewomen on the frontlines against COVID-19

Along with their male colleagues, female police officers in Quang Ngai province actively took part in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. They made great efforts to successfully complete the dual tasks of pandemic prevention and ensuring security and order in the locality.

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It’s been easy to see policewomen on duty at checkpoints in recent months, joining the fight against COVID-19. They put aside their family lives to be on the frontlines, preventing the spread of the pandemic and ensuring security, order, and social safety.

In communes and wards, female police officers have stood side-by-side with local authorities, supporting security teams at health checkpoints and directly joining community COVID-19 groups with the motto “going to every alley, knocking on every door, and reviewing every case”, while ensuring social order and safety.

When unable to be on the frontlines, many policewomen volunteered to be on extra duty. They also actively took part in blood donation drives and activities to provide necessities to the anti-pandemic forces in the province. The Women’s Union of the Quang Ngai Provincial Police donated nearly 10 tons of agricultural products and necessities to people in Ho Chi Minh City and also cooked thousands of meals to support frontline forces at medical checkpoints and isolation areas.

Given the complexity of COVID-19, policewomen with Quang Ngai Public Security have always stood ready to join their colleagues in fighting the pandemic, becoming “beautiful roses” in the eye of local people./.

VNA