During the spread of the Coronavirus in different countries of the world, many steps were taken by the philanthropists, which gained worldwide fame.
A similar feat has been accomplished by a Vietnamese businessman who has begun installing “free rice ATMs” across the country to help people infected with the Coronavirus.
According to the BBC, the businessman, Huang Tuan On, first set up the mission in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, intending to help people who have lost their jobs. More such machines are being installed across the country.
“I wanted to develop 24-hour machines to help people lose their jobs due to the ongoing lockdown in the country to prevent the spread of the coronavirus,” Huang told the BBC.
In Vietnam, the Coronavirus has not been able to spread on its own, although 334 cases have been reported, but 323 of them have recovered and returned home, while not a single person in the country has died from the deadly virus.
The government strategy in Vietnam, timely lockdown, and full cooperation from the people yielded exemplary results, and Vietnam became one of the countries that overcame it from the beginning.
Rice ATMs in Vietnam distribute food to the needy 24 hours a day, and People line up to get rice from a 24/7 automatic rice dispensing machine during the outbreak of COVID19