Vietnam records 607 new COVID-19 cases
NDO/VNA – In the past 12 hours to 6 am on July 11, Vietnam recorded 607 new COVID-19 cases, raising the national tally to 26,553 cases, according to the Ministry of Health.
Of the new infections, one was imported and 443 others in Ho Chi Minh City which is the current hot spot of the pandemic in the country.
As of 6am on July 11, Vietnam logged 26,553 domestic infection and 1,917 imported cases.
The ministry further said 9,204 patients have recovered, and the national COVID-19 death toll now is 112.
Among the active patients, 339 have tested negative to the coronavirus once, 130 twice, and 70 thrice.
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