Covid updates: Contact local authorities right now if you were passengers on these flights
Vietnam’s Health Ministry is looking for passengers on two flights and clients of some services as as they are suspected to be exposed to coronavirus carriers.
Contact the Ministry of Health at 1900.9095, Danang Center for Disease Control: 0905.108.844; Vinh Phuc Center for Disease Control: 0966.409.364; and Hanoi Center for Disease Control at 0969.082.115 or 0949.396.15.
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The Ministry of Health has urgently sent messages to Hanoi city and Vinh Phuc province, searching for people who have high risk of SARS-CoV-2 virus infection.
The Ministry of Health has sent urgent mass text messages asking those visited Sunny bar, Ngon Seafood Restaurant and Hoa Sen Healthcare Centre in the northern province of Vinh Phuc from April 23 to May 1 as well as passengers traveling on two flights from Hanoi to Da Nang on April 27 and Da Nang to Hanoi on April 29 to show up as they are suspected to be exposed to coronavirus carriers.
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The Ministry of Health requires passengers who flew from Hanoi to Da Nang and vice versa to urgently contact the nearest medical authority to report and get assistance. Photo: VOV
Vietnam Ministry of Health asked those who came into contact with a group of Chinese experts who visited Binh Xuyen district, Vinh Phuc province from April 24 to 26 to turn in.
Also those visited Sunny bar in Dong Son urban area, Phuc Thang commune, Phuc Yen district, Vinh Phuc city from 9.30pm on April 23 to 12am May 1; The Ngon Seafood Restaurant in Thanh Tru commune, Vinh Yen city, Vinh Phuc province from 12pm April 26 to 12am April 30; Hoa Sen Healthcare Centre in Kim Ngoc road, Ngoc Quyen district, Vinh Yen city rom 9pm, on April 26 to 12am on May 1 should report to the nearest authorities.
The Ministry of Health also requires passengers who flew from Hanoi to Danang and vice versa to urgently contact the nearest medical authority to report and get assistance.
Specifically, the two flights are: the flight VN7161 which departed Hanoi at 2.20pm and landed on Danang at 3.46pm on April 27; and the flight VN160 which left Danang at 10.46am and arrived in Hanoi at 12.10 noon on April 29.
Those who were to the above-mentioned places could call the hotlines to provide information of people who came into close contact with them at:
The Ministry of Health (1900.9095), Danang Center for Disease Control (0905.108.844); Vinh Phuc Center for Disease Control (0966.409.364); and Hanoi Center for Disease Control (0969.082.115 or 0949.396.15)
On the afternoon of May 2, Hanoi and Vinh Phuc detected seven cases of positive SARS-CoV-2 tests involving the group of Chinese experts, including a taxi driver who lives in Nam Tu Liem district; a staff of Sunny bar in Vinh Phuc who lives in Hoang Mai district and five other employees of the bar who reside in Vinh Phuc province.
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