Vietnam has four new imported Covid-19 cases
A health worker helps a local woman complete the health declaration form. Four fresh imported Covid-19 cases in Hanoi, Danang and Phu Yen raised the country’s tally to 2,816 tonight – PHOTO: MOH
HCMC – Four fresh imported Covid-19 cases in Hanoi, Danang and Phu Yen raised the country’s tally to 2,816 tonight, April 22, according to the Ministry of Health (MOH).
The latest Covid-19 case reported in Hanoi City is a man residing in Can Tho City who returned to Vietnam from Singapore through Noi Bai International Airport on April 17. The man tested positive for Covid-19 on April 21 and is being treated at the National Hospital for Tropical Diseases.
Two other patients, a woman and a man, were quarantined in Danang City after their arrival from Russia on April 21. The residents of Thai Binh and Thanh Hoa provinces tested positive for Covid-19 on the same day. They are receiving treatment at the Danang Lung Hospital.
The remaining one Covid-19 case in Phu Yen Province is a resident of Hanoi City. After entering the country from Japan through Cam Ranh International Airport in Khanh Hoa Province on April 16, the man was put under quarantine in Phu Yen Province. His positive test result came out on April 22.
As many as 2,490 patients have made a full recovery from the disease, while 40 active patients have tested negative for the virus one to three times.
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