VNG leverages the power of technology to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

As we entered into 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has been raging around the globe, impacting more than 100 countries and regions, and causing serious political, economic and social ramifications, including Vietnam. The virus knows no boundaries, and no country can stand alone in the fight against the pandemic. With the spirit of "Doing our part", VNG's top priorities are keeping everybody safe and healthy as well as maintaining business operations then helping Vietnam combat the current COVID wave.

VND 28 billion is donated by VNG to Vietnam's COVID-19 Vaccine Fund & COVID-19 Prevention Fund

Facing the rapid and complicated spread of COVID-19 in many provinces and cities in Vietnam, VNG supported and called for donations to Vietnamese funds:

- In 2020, VNG donated more than VND 8 billion to Vietnam's COVID-19 Prevention Fund

- In 2021, VNG donated VND 20 billion to the COVID-19 Vaccine Fund of the Ministry of Health, contributing in bringing the Covid-19 vaccine to Vietnamese people in order to achieve the goal of herd immunity.

Covid-19 vaccination for VNG members and families

In the Covid-19 pandemic in 2021, VNG quickly organized Covid-19 vaccination employees and families to ensure safety and health. VNG also shared a working space at VNG Campus to serve as a place for vaccination for the companies in Tan Thuan export processing zone.

During more than 4 months of distancing and working from home, VNG connects and constantly updates information to VNG members via email, Zalo OA and social networks. VNG Care, an emotional health support hotline, was launched to accompany and help share the mental challenges with all Starter.

Saigon Heroes Project - Support frontline forces

Saigon Heroes is an initiative by the VNG community team for supporting frontline doctors and medical workers from COVID-19. After 2 weeks of operation, Saigon Heroes supported 50 frontline hospitals in Ho Chi Minh City:

- 250K+ gloves, long-sleeved gowns, fluid-repellant masks

- 20 High Flow Nasal Cannula (HFNC) machines

- 40 computers for data management

- 14.000 breakfasts for doctors and nurses