Two more Vietnamese footballers join AFC #BreakTheChain campaign to fight COVID-19 pandemic
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|Footballer Ha Duc Chinh. (Photo: VNA)|
During the short clip produced for the AFC and released on April 17, Do Hung Dung said that “Everyone should fully acknowledge the disease, take responsibility for their whole community and believe in the government’s strategy to tackle the disease.”
Dung’s participation in the campaign comes after the Ha Noi FC midfielder became one of three Asian football stars selected to promote #BreakTheChain, alongside Japanese goalkeeper Hiroki Iikura of Vissel Kobe FC and Hattan Bahebri of Saudi Arabia.
Following the release of the video featuring Dung, Ha Duc Chinh made an appearance in a clip released by the AFC on April 19, advising people to, “Be healthy and united to push back the disease.”
The SHB Da Nang FC forward is joined in the video by two other notable figures from Asian football, staring alongside Ali Mabkhout of the United Arab Emirates and Maria Manda of Bangladesh.
The release of the two clips featuring Vietnamese footballers comes after both Hanoi FC midfielder Nguyen Quang Hai and Ho Chi Minh City FC forward Nguyen Cong Phuong produced videos for the #BreakTheChain campaign, in which the pair called on people to follow guidelines set by health professionals, as well as remaining patient and united in the fight against the COVID-19.
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