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VTI’s official statement on the second wave of Covid-19 in VN

July 15, 2021

After 99 days, Vietnam had 1 more case of Covid-19 infection from the community, continuing to put the society and economy on the defensive. Updating the epidemic situation, VTI has been taking appropriate measures to proactively minimize the negative impacts of Covid-19 on our employees, customers and business activities.

VTI always keeps in mind the principles:

1. Ensuring business commitments, information security factors with customers in any circumstances.

2. Caring for and supporting employees’ health based on the spirit of Health is the most important.

3. Forestalling, “Prevention is better than cure” and taking the initiative in devising scenarios and actions even in the worst cases in order to maintain production and business activities.

4. Keep an optimistic attitude, but not subjective, alert to the information.

Continuing effective measures from the 1st wave of Covid-19 pandemic, VTI implements:

1. Maintaining the operation of the Covid-19 Prevention Council, with the participation and direction of the CEO – Mr. Tran Xuan Khoi; The Council conducts weekly meeting and works actively to respond quickly when problems arise, including adequate technology infrastructure, which is available to respond in emergency situations, being proactive in operation and information security management in case all employees must work remotely.

2. Requesting immediate medical reports to anyone moving through suspected infected areas; requesting isolation, working from home with suspected cases; continuously updating information of the health status and risk of infection from company employees to make appropriate plans.

3. Limiting gathering activities; prioritizing the use of technological equipment in meetings, internal exchanges or with customers; requiring employees to wear a mask when moving in the office.

4. Providing basic health care conditions to prevent spread in the community: providing free medical masks, hand-washing water, alcohol-based hand rubs; body temperature screenings daily for employees to proactively identify cases of signs of infection.

5. Keeping the workplace clean, maintaining disinfectant spray twice a week, wiping door handles and fingerprint scanners once an hour, wiping building elevator buttons every 30 minutes.

6. Disseminating widely and updating continuously necessary information about the epidemic through means of media: poster, standee publications; the Covid-19 Newsletter; email notifications and internal radio newsletters; videos of prevention instructions… so that all employees are fully aware of protecting the health of themselves and those around them.

7. Issuing official documents based on the situation of the epidemic: allowing employees to work remotely providing (1) the permission of the Customer, (2) completing the Commitment to work remotely and (3) ensuring to understand the requirements of Information security according to company rules.

8. Encouraging employees to select, receive objective information from official sources, “each employee is a soldier in the fight against Covid-19″. As an IT company, we fully understand that information security and prestige are the top factors. VTI are all striving to maintain a professional working rhythm, while ensuring readiness and calm in any situations.

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