Sports Month and Olympic Running Day for Universal Health

Thursday - 09/02/2023 14:25 3186
(BP Portal) - On February 3, the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism issued plans for the organization of a Everyone Sports Month and the Olympic Running Day of Universal Health in 2023.

According to this, activities corresponding to the sports month and the Olympic Running Day of Universal Health in 2023 combine the cultural and sports activities of each agency, unit or locality: Commune level organized before March 20, district level organized by March 25, provincial level organized on March 26 (Sunday).

The Department of Culture and Sports and Tourism recommends agencies, units and localities to promote propaganda about the benefits and effects of exercise in order to improve physical and mental health, to prevent disease and prevent, and to mobilize people to choose for themselves the right sport for daily exercise so as to create reasonable and lifelong exercise habits for protection and health.

The slogans and traditional content are "The whole people train their bodies according to the example of the great Uncle Ho", "Healthy to build and defend the Fatherland", "Train the body - Defend the Fatherland", "Train the body - Build the country", "Let's join hands for the physical strength and stature of Vietnamese people". Slogans to celebrate the 77th anniversary of the Traditional Day of the Vietnam Sports Industry (27/3/1946 - 27/3/2023) and the 92nd anniversary of the establishment of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (26/3/1931 - 26/3/2023) and slogans propagating the performance of political tasks of units and localities. Propaganda about President Ho Chi Minh's "call for the whole people to exercise".

Visual propaganda (banners, flags...), on provincial radio and television broadcasts; local radio and television systems, on the websites of agencies, units and pages on social networks...
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