Phuong Chieu Secondary School teacher makes face shields to donate the people in the front of fighting epidemic
Recently, many officials at the COVID-19 Prevention and Control point in Hien Nam ward were surprised to receive meaningful gifts from Mrs. Bui Thi Hai Yen, teacher of Phuong Chieu Secondary School (Hung Yen city). These were the anti-splash face shields that she made herself, on which stood out the slogan “Vietnam wins COVID-19" ...
These days, the living room of Hai Yen’s house becomes a "workshop" with a lot of materials for making face shields such as: mica plastic, foam, glue ... Teacher Yen shared: “At the end of March, I happened to read articles about the doctors of Bach Mai hospital who instructed to make face shields for preventing COVID-19, it was simple and convenient with easy-to-find materials. So I try to make it myself for using and giving to my relatives ... ”.
When sharing her work on social networks, Ms. Yen received the encouragement from many people. Many individuals and organizations contacted and expressed their desire to be donated and shared how to make the shields. From that motivation, teacher Yen has made about 600 face shields to give some commune health stations in Khoai Chau district; COVID-19 Steering Committee for prevention and control in Phuong Chieu commune and Hien Nam ward (Hung Yen city); Farmer Association of Hung Yen province; Public Security of Hung Yen City, some COVID-19 Prevention and Control points in Hien Nam ward (Hung Yen city) ....
Her face shields are so large that can cover both eyes and neck. The face shields were made of mica and foam, so it should be worn very gently, comfortably, preventing splashes effectively when talking. The face shield could be put off and cleaned easily ... Teacher Yen has paid herself the entire cost of buying materials. In order to make the the face shields sturdier and more beautiful, she also invested a button press machine.
Currently, her husband and two children are also joining hands, and participating in many steps such as cutting mica plastic, gluing elastic bands, arranging shields ... "We work until 11, 12 pm to make shields every day. Although it is hard, I feel very happy because I have contributed small and useful things” she said happily.
At present, the teacher Hai Yen continues to make more face shields in order to hand over the fronts and drastically join hands to fight against COVID-19.
By Duong Mien