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Write a letter to the Vietnamese doctors on the frontline against Covid-19” You should consider:

- Who you are to write this letter (you can be anyone or anything you like: a medical student, a mask,…)

- Who will receive your letter (doctors in general or a specific one)

- What message do you want to convey in this letter?

Dear beloved father,
I cannot say this in person, and so I am writing this letter. I want you to know that I am so honored and blessed to be born as your daughter. Because we have been apart since the covid-19 outbroke, I want you to know how much I miss you, and I can't wait to be wrapped in your tight hug.

During the epidemic time, numerous frontline doctors with you bravely take the challenge and dedicate themselves to outbreak control. I have seen many interviewers asked all the doctors and nurses, "What are you looking forward to the most?" Everyone agreed and said, "Most of our wish is to the immediate end of the epidemic." After all, the physical and mental fatigue has made them reach their limits, but still, everyone is clenching their teeth to hold on. You and they hope to stay with Bac Ninh all through the fight and vow to advance and retreat with it together. Everyone told me that I have a great father, and I am deeply aware of it. These are all so touching and inspiring for me.

I have been worrying, but above all, I feel respectful, honored, and grateful. All I know is that you are a dedicated doctor and a great father. Please take care of yourself, and be assured of finishing your elevated duty. Mom and I always support and wait for your return. You may not know, but my favorite sentence I have heard recently is, "Spring shall always come." I believe in this sentence and will pray for our reunion day. I hope when the epidemic is over, our family can take to the street together, breathing and enjoying the sunshine unrestrainedly.

Your lovely daughter,
Ashley

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Dear beloved father,
I cannot say this in person, and so I am writing this letter. I want you to know that I am so honored and blessed to be born as your daughter. Because we have been apart since the outbreak of the covid-19 epidemic, outbroke, I want you to know how much I miss you, and I can't wait to be wrapped in your tight hug.

During the epidemic time, numerous frontline doctors like with you bravely take the challenge and dedicate themselves to outbreak control the spread of the disease. I have seen many interviewers ask asked all the doctors and nurses, "What are you looking forward to the most?" Everyone agreed and said, "Most of our wish is to the immediate end of the epidemic." After all, the physical and mental fatigue has pushed made them to reach their limits, but still, everyone is clenching their teeth and holding to hold on. You and they hope to stay with Bac Ninh all through the fight and vow to treat the patients advance and retreat with it together. Everyone told me that I have a great father, and I am deeply aware of it. These are all so touching and inspiring for me.

I have been worrying, but above all, I feel respectful, honored, and grateful. All I know is that you are a dedicated doctor and a great father. Please take care of yourself, and be assured of finishing your elevated duty. Mom and I always support and wait for your return. You may not know, but my favorite sentence I have heard recently is, "Spring shall always come." I believe in this sentence and will pray for our reunion day. I hope when the epidemic is over, our family can take to the street together, breathing and enjoying the sunshine joyously. unrestrainedly.

Your lovely daughter,
Ashley

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Write a letter to the Vietnamese doctors on the frontline against Covid-19” You should consider:

- Who you are to write this letter (you can be anyone or anything you like: a medical student, a mask,…)

- Who will receive your letter (doctors in general or a specific one)

- What message do you want to convey in this letter?

Dear beloved father,
I cannot say this in person, and so I am writing this letter. I want you to know that I am so honored and blessed to be born as your daughter. Because we have been apart since the covid-19 outbroke, I want you to know how much I miss you, and I can't wait to be wrapped in your tight hug.

During the epidemic time, numerous frontline doctors with you bravely take the challenge and dedicate themselves to outbreak control. I have seen many interviewers asked all the doctors and nurses, "What are you looking forward to the most?" Everyone agreed and said, "Most of our wish is to the immediate end of the epidemic." After all, the physical and mental fatigue has made them reach their limits, but still, everyone is clenching their teeth to hold on. You and they hope to stay with Bac Ninh all through the fight and vow to advance and retreat with it together. Everyone told me that I have a great father, and I am deeply aware of it. These are all so touching and inspiring for me.

I have been worrying, but above all, I feel respectful, honored, and grateful. All I know is that you are a dedicated doctor and a great father. Please take care of yourself, and be assured of finishing your elevated duty. Mom and I always support and wait for your return. You may not know, but my favorite sentence I have heard recently is, "Spring shall always come." I believe in this sentence and will pray for our reunion day. I hope when the epidemic is over, our family can take to the street together, breathing and enjoying the sunshine unrestrainedly.

Your lovely daughter,
Ashley

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