This article presents the mental health context of Vietnamese people during the 4th COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease in 2019) pandemic. The data was collected nationwide (63 provinces and cities) by questionnaires, with a total of 3664 people participating. Prolonged pandemics caused people to experience a series of intertwined thoughts and feelings, such as anxiety, stress, loss of control, and even causing trauma or other mental disorders. In a stalemate, in-person or online support from counselors, and clinicians were the people’s most effective solution. However, for various reasons, this support has not brought the expected radical. The findings described the lack of human resources to support mental health, as well as the limited capacity of current personnel unable to secure this job in Vietnam.