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17/10/2021 - 16:08

The warmth of humanity 

After the southern provinces loosened social distancing measures, workers from the Central, Northern and North-Western provinces massively flocked to their hometowns by personal means, including motorbikes, bicycles and even on foot. On that arduous journey, fortunately, many localities have set up many supporting stops for people to rest, give them more energy and material to return home safely.

At the rest stops and stations on National Highway 1A passing through Thua Thien Hue, repatriates people are also warmed up by the traffic police's support to lead groups and transship them. Meanwhile, many unions and people help them with food, clothes, helmets, footwear and money... Some people are also given new motorbikes to return to their hometown. Those kind deeds have added strength and faith to the people on their return journey.

Thua Thien Hue Weekly would like to introduce some warm images of humanity at the stops in the province by Hoang Phuoc, the photographer.

Police lead the way for repatriates in Lang Co

Police lead the way for repatriates in Lang Co

Moving in the rain

Moving in the rain

Traffic police tranship the repatriates

Traffic police tranship the repatriates

Rest station at Huong Van ward (Huong Tra)

Rest station at Huong Van ward (Huong Tra)

Providing food and essential supplies for stops

Providing food and essential supplies for stops

Rapid response teams deliver goods to support stations

Rapid response teams deliver goods to support stations

A support station at Tuan bridge

A support station at Tuan bridge

Helping people to repair motobikes

Helping people to repair motobikes

Being supported at the rest station

Being supported at the rest station

By Thua Thien Hue Weekly

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