I am from the USA but have found myself in Vietnam during this time. I arrived in February and have been doing my best to stay in one place. Vietnam has handled the pandemic wonderfully! The virus has always been taken seriously and I feel very safe here. Unfortunately, I can't say the same about the USA. I definitely worry for my family and friends as businesses are reopening but cases are still increasing. Interesting post! I made some edits for you. Hope it helps!
How has your country handled the Covid-19 pandemic?
I'm from Vietnam, and I am proud to say that my country has prevented the spread of the coronavirus. Since the first people who were infected with the virus arrived, VN has taken drastic measures to prevent the spread of the virus such as closing schools, quarantining new arrivals, etc. At first, like everyone else, we were frightened (and a bit panicked) when most of the news was about the virus and its worldwide consequences. We were also concerned with how to protect ourselves and others. As a result, we acknowledged that preventing the spread was crucial and necessary. Moreover, doctors have found a cure to the disease early enough to prevent the virus from getting worse. I guess these are a few reasons why Vietnam has only had nearly three hundred cases of Covid-19 and no deaths. Now, VN is basically safe- schools and most businesses are open again while health and safety regulations are maintained- and I feel very lucky to live in VN during this harsh time. I really appreciate the government, doctors, and all who are working hard to fight against the world’s invisible enemy.
What about your country? What was done to control this global pandemic?