Updated the situation of the Covid-19 disease in the world generally. Up to March 23rd, 2020 there were more than 339.000 people have been infected, more than 14.000 have died and more than 99.000 have recovered. Moreover, the disease is beginning to boom in European countries, especially Italy with more than 5.000 deaths, the largest number since the outbreak so far (According to

Covid-19 statistical chart – Photo March 23rd, 2020

Regarding to the epidemic situation in Vietnam in particular, up to the same time mentioned above, there have been more than 100 infected patients, and no one has died by the disease. All are thanks to the efforts to prevent and combat epidemics from the Prime Minister as well as the Ministry of Health of Vietnam.

Covid-19 statistics table – Photo March 23rd, 2020

Joining hands with the Vietnamese government, HungHau Holding in general and HungHau Foods Co., LTD (HHF) in particular, have put forward and strictly applied regulations on the prevention of Covid-19 in both offices and factories. Currently, HHF’s factories are two of the factories in Vietnam have the best disease management and prevention system. HHF is proactive in all stages from raw materials to production and always ensures the delivery schedule. Moreover, HHF is always ready to accompany with customers in this time by providing customers with the best quality products at the most competitive prices.

Instruction for prevention and combat Covid-19 are posted everywhere in HungHau Building – Photo March 23rd, 2020.

Hands sanitizer are placed in elevator of Hunghau Building – Photo March 23rd, 2020.

All employees are measured body temperature before entering the office and production areas. Any individuals showing sings of abnormalities are carefully isolated and monitored – Photo March 21st, 2020.

All employees spray hands sanitizer before and after entering the office. – Photo March 23rd, 2020.

Worker in Nha Man Factory (HFN) are producing rice straws – Photo March 21, 2020.

Workers of HungHau Vegetable factories (HFV) are producing frozen mango – Photo March 21st, 2020.