Vietnam is set to release a series of stamps to express solidarity in the Covid-19 fight, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Sunday.
The stamps will be designed by acclaimed Vietnamese painter Pham Trung Ha in collaboration with the Vietnam Stamp Company and the Ministry of Health, and will be released on March 31.
On Sunday morning the foreign affairs ministry tweeted that the stamps were created “with the aim of sending clear messages of solidarity in the fight against Covid-19,” above the hashtag “Together We Will Win.”
The stamps show various groups working together to fight the coronavirus, including doctors, medical workers, armed forces and the people, above the slogan “Together we prevent Covid-19.”
There will be two different stamps with face prices of 4,000 VND and 15,000 VND respectively, and they will remain in circulation from March 31, 2020 to Dec. 31, 2021.