Covid-19 Vaccine Fund Received Vnd 8,575 Billion

According to the Covid-19 Vaccine Fund Management Board, up to 17:00 on August 17, the Covid-19 Vaccine Fund balance is VND 8,575 billion including a converted foreign currency of 518,022 organizations and individuals contributing.0: 00/1: 39 Southern people who come to Vaccine Covid-19 in Kim Giang Ward. Photo: Phan Tuan Anh - TTXVNBAN Fund manager said the Board has exported VND 188 billion to pay vaccines, so the fund balance is 8,387 billion dong.Ban Management Fund Vaccine Room Covid-19 daily Public implementation number Excess funds and lists of units, organizations and individuals have supported the fund on the Ministry of Finance and mass media according to the provisions of Circular No. 41/2021 / TT-BTC dated 2/6/2021 of the Ministry of Finance guiding the regulations on organization, operation, management, use and accounting regime, settlement and publicization of financial fund Vaccine Covid-19 Vietnam

. According to the Minister Ministry of Finance Ho Duc Phoc, money in the Foundation Although a copper is also the crystallization of love, responsibility, sharing and deep patriotic spirit of the people. "We must be responsible for the right management , tight, transparent and use of savings and efficient funds to serve the best epidemic prevention for the people. When required by the Ministry of Health and be approved by the Prime Minister, it will be exported promptly Ministry of Health Buy vaccines on people's service
The Ministry of Finance is committed to publicizing and transparent daily amounts of money, each sense of support and publicity of the Ministry of Health after each vaccine prevention prevention of Covid-19 ", Finance Minister Ho Duc Phiem committed . According to the Ministry of Finance, to vaccinate Covid-19 for 75 million people, Vietnam needs 150 million doses of vaccines with a total budget of VND 25,200 billion ./. Thuy Duong / BNews / TTXVN

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