Vietnamese community in Russia thanks frontline doctors in COVID-19 fight hinh anh 1Lunch sets presented to health workers in emergency stations in Lyublino district (Source: VNA)

Moscow (VNA) – The Vietnamese community in Moscow continues to spread their sharing with doctors on the front line of the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic in the Russian capital city.

Although many restaurants and cafes in Moscow are on the brink of bankruptcy, some decide to cook and provide free food for the doctors with a hope that they will enjoy delicious meals during their short rest.

Recently, a charitable group of Vietnamese people donated over 400,000 rubble (over 5,300 USD) for a Vietnamese restaurant to cook and present 65 lunch sets a day in 10 days to health workers in emergency stations in Lyublino district where many Vietnamese are living.

The Tam Tam Foods Company granted five packages of Vietnamese coffee to show gratitide for frontline doctors.

Last week, the Vietnamese community in Russia's Irkutsk city also donated 4,000 cloth face masks for a local voluntary campaign in support of the fight against the COVID-19./.