200 medical staff participated in the frontline gratitude race against Covid-19
About 200 medical staff, reporters and volunteers who have participated in the fight against the Covid-19 epidemic will participate in the Run to Heart race in 2022. This is a race to pay tribute to the frontline forces fighting the epidemic.
On the afternoon of June 8, the Run to Heart race in 2022 to thank the medical team, the frontline force against the Covid-19 epidemic was announced in Ho Chi Minh City,
Accordingly, the Run to Heart 2022 is scheduled to take place on July 3 with about 700 runners. Notably, in which there are 200 guests who are doctors, nurses, medical reporters, news reporters, volunteers participating in the fight against the Covid-19 epidemic in 2021. This is also the main goal of the tournament. run this time.
According to the organizers of the tournament, there are currently a number of doctors and nurses from Cho Ray Hospital, Gia Dinh People’s Hospital, volunteers from some northern provinces who used to help fight the epidemic in Ho Chi Minh City have registered to participate. Athletes, running lovers can still register to participate from now until the end of June 16.
In addition, the Run to Heart race also has the participation of freestyle, professional and semi-professional athletes with 2 running distances of 5km and 10km. Currently, the prize value has not been announced, but the organizers said that the prize category at a distance of 5 km will be reserved for guests. The 5km and 10km award categories are open to freestyle runners.
According to the Organizing Committee, the 2022 Run to Heart race is aimed at the highest goal of gratitude and encouragement to overcome difficulties of the frontline team who participated in the fight against the Covid-19 epidemic in Ho Chi Minh City about 1 year ago. five. In addition, the running tournament also promotes the movement of exercise and sports in general and the movement of running training in particular.
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